Go and come depend on your view:
If someone or something is leaving you, they are going.
If they are moving towards you, they are coming.
Here are some examples:
Where did you go this afternoon? Did you go to the park?
They’re going on a trip to Marrakech.
Are you coming to our barbecue this Friday?
Bella asked her friend to come on the trip with her.
Fill in: come or go.
|1. I’m at a live performance at the pub. Why don’t you____________ too?|
|2. Would you like to ____________ with me to a movie?|
|3. They always ____________ on a trip in the summer.|
|4. She doesn’t get that it’s over. She’s still hoping he’ll ___________back.|
|5. I have to ___________ home now. My girlfriend will be waiting.|
|6. “Thanks for a lovely dinner.” ” ____________ again whenever you like.”|
|7. Would you like to __________ out tonight or stay in?|
|8. _____________ and take a tour of our city. You’ll love it.|
|9. Can you ____________ here a minute? I want to show you something.|
|10. Where is Tim? He’s ____________ to the bank.|
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