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      • Native Language:
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      • Nigeria
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    • Join Date: Nov 2011
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    #1

    Question Come in OR Come with

    Please help me out. I'm not really sure whether it is correct to say:

    1) I came in my car.
    2) I came with my car.

    The meaning intended is I went to a place by means of my own car.

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      • Native Language:
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      • United States
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    • Join Date: Dec 2015
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    #2

    Re: Come in OR Come with

    Number 1 is correct. Sentence 2 means that you and your car came together; for example, you might have been a passenger on a ship where your car was loaded as cargo.
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