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  1. B45
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    You could/can come with us if you want. What's the difference here? I think I'm beg

    You could/can come with us if you want.

    What's the difference here? I think I'm beginning to understand the different usages.

    Both are okay, but could is more of an invitation while, can is also an invitation but it's also saying the ability to join us. No?

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    Re: You could/can come with us if you want. What's the difference here? I think I'm

    I see no difference. Because of "if" both are possibilities.

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