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    #1

    to go to sb's aid/to come to sb's aid

    Hi!

    Are the sentences below correct? Do they mean the same?

    1. Luckily a policeman came to my aid.
    2. Luckily a policeman went to my aid.

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    Re: to go to sb's aid/to come to sb's aid

    I don't find #2 natural. #1 is OK.

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