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    queeniech is offline Member
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    come/go to your office

    I received an e-mail asking me to have an job interview as follows:

    Please come to my office to have an intreview at 10Am, on 22 March, Friday.

    Are the following sentences correct if I return the e-mail?

    1. I will come to your office to have the intreview at 10Am, on 22 March, Friday.
    2. I will come to your office to have the intreview on that day.

    Is it incorrect for us to use "go' in the above sentence?

    Thanks.

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    Rover_KE is offline Moderator
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    Re: come/go to your office

    You should not repeat the mistakes of the writer of the first email.

    'I will come to your office for the interview at 10am on Friday, 22 March.' (Write 10am or 10AM. 10Am is non-standard.)

    Rover

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    Re: come/go to your office

    Note the correct spelling of interview.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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