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    #1

    move to vs go to!

    I move to New York city next year. Will you come with me my lover.

    I will go to New York city. Would you like go with me, my lover?

    Which sentence is correct to say it?

    Or
    Are both wrong?

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    #2

    Re: move to vs go to!

    They are both wrong. "City" needs to be capitalized in both and the first needs to end with a question mark.

    I am moving to New York City next year. Will you come with me, my lover?

    I am going to New York City. Would you like to go with me, my lover?

    The two sentences don't have the same meaning.
    Last edited by MikeNewYork; 12-May-2015 at 09:04. Reason: typo

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    #3

    Re: move to vs go to!

    Note that, in BrE, "my lover" is a specific standard regional variant. I only associate it with people from the south-west of England. The majority of us would use "my love".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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