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    come along with me

    What is the difference between "come along with me" and "come with me"?

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    Re: come along with me

    Hello Lenorj

    Generally, you might say that "come along with me" was a little more inclusive: it's the verbal equivalent of taking someone's arm.

    However, context and intonation can make a great deal of difference: "come with me!" might be said in sultry seductive tones that left no doubt about the speaker's intentions; while "come along with me" could easily be said quite brusquely and coldly.



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