Here's a sentence:
I have come to you to invite you to a ride.
Is it correct? It somehow jars on my ear. Here's another:
Yesterday Phyllis came to me and we had a nice chat.
Should it be
...came to see me...
...came to my place...
Please give your opinion.
Actually, I could find many ways to expess the idea. What puzzles me is people as an object after come, go. AFAIK, go/ come to smb means to address smb for help, money etc. Am I right?
I find the above I have come to invite... the best.