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    #1

    come to vs go to

    1. If the lisetner is at his home, is it correct for the speaker to say 'Can I come to your office towmorrow'?
    2. If the listener is in his office, is it correct for the speaker to say 'Can I come to your office towmorrow'?
    3. If the listener and the speaker met in the street, is it correct for the speaker to say 'Can I go to your office towmorrow'?
    4. If the speaker dosen't know where the listener is (e.g on the mobile phone), is it correct for the speaker to say 'Can I go to your office towmorrow'?

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    #2

    Re: come to vs go to

    Where the listener is doesn't matter.

    If you are expecting the person to be in his office tomorrow, then you should use "come."

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