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    #1

    do you...? suggestion or offering

    Hi,

    *self-made sentences*

    - Do you come with me?

    I would like to ask if we can use that sentence instead of "will you come with me?" in a good context?

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: do you...? suggestion or offering

    No.

    Try:
    Do you want to come with me?
    Do you want to join me?
    Do you want to accompany me?


    --lotus

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    #3

    Re: do you...? suggestion or offering

    If you want to ask 'Will you come with me?' say 'Please come with me'.

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