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    • Join Date: Jan 2007
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    #1

    come over vs come

    Excuse me, could you ask [have] our waitress to come over when you see her.

    What is the meaning of `come over' here.

    Also can I say,

    Excuse me, could you ask(have) our waitress to come when you see her.


    What is the difference between two sentences?


    • Join Date: Oct 2006
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    #2

    Re: come over vs come

    Perhaps you could tell us what you THINK it means. We can then agree with you or show you what is wrong.


    • Join Date: Jan 2007
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    Re: come over vs come

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    Perhaps you could tell us what you THINK it means. We can then agree with you or show you what is wrong.
    Let's see,
    Could you ask our teachers to come over when you see her.


    In our class, we have three class teachers.

    So, to inform some news to any of these three teachers. We(students) had gone to staff (teacher's) room and we told to our clerk --- (Could you ask our teachers to come over when you see her.)

    Now, please explain (difference between ------ `come over' and `come')

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