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    #1

    When Raj gets

    When Raj gets home, I will not be working.

    When Raj comes home, I will not be working.

    Is there any difference between these sentences? Are both sentences OK?

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    #2

    Re: When Raj gets

    They basically mean the same thing, although 'gets' has more of a sense of immediacy to it than 'comes'.
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