Come & go both show movement, but how we use these words is different. For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at how to use come & go in everyday English conversation & writing!
Here are the example sentences:
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- I came to my office early today. (I am in the office now.)
- What time did you come to the mall? (I am in the mall now.)
- Aki came to New York in 2009. (I am in New York as I say this.)
- I go to my office at 9:00 every morning.
- Lori went to the mall about an hour ago.
- I went to Brazil in 2009.
- I went to the bank and the post office. Then I came to the office. (I am in the office
- I went to the bank and the post office. Then I came home. (I am home now.)
- Vincent lives in France. He is planning a trip to visit two countries. He will go to Italy first, and then he will go to Germany. After touring Germany, he will go back
- I live in New York. Vincent lives in France. He is planning a trip to visit two countries. He will go to Italy first, and then he will come to New York. After touring
New York, he will go back to France.
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