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    kompstar is offline Member
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    to come off sb's bike vs to fall off sb's bike

    Hello.

    Do the sentences below mean the same? If "no" what's the difference between them?

    1. She came off her bike, which landed upside down in a muddy ditch. -> http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dict...sh/upside-down

    1. She fell off her bike, which landed upside down in a muddy ditch. -> I've created by myself.

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    Rover_KE is online now Moderator
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    Re: to come off sb's bike vs to fall off sb's bike

    They mean the same.

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