Fallen in love ?

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Fallen in love ?

Post by tuanmng » Wed Apr 06, 2005 8:58 am

Dear Teacher,

1) Have you ever been in love ?
2) Have you ever fallen in love ?

- Do these two sentences have the same meaning ?

1) " Come with me " ! i can give you everything you need.

- Can i use " Go with me " instead of using " come with me " ?

Thanks very much.

Best regards.

Tuan Nguyen Manh.

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Re: Fallen in love ?

Post by Guest » Wed Apr 06, 2005 3:53 pm

tuanmng wrote: Dear Teacher,

1) Have you ever been in love ?
2) Have you ever fallen in love ?

- Do these two sentences have the same meaning ?
Literally, yes.

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Re: Fallen in love ?

Post by Pirate » Wed Apr 06, 2005 9:47 pm

tuanmng wrote:Dear Teacher,

1) " Come with me " ! i can give you everything you need.

- Can i use " Go with me " instead of using " come with me " ?

Tuan Nguyen Manh.
Dear Tuan,

Well if you like to ask a teacher we recommend ESL Help rather than ESL Forums. This is the place for discussion.

To your 2nd question, actually people use "Go with me" :tick: instead of "Come with me" :cross: in this case.

"Come with me" is used frequently when you ask/invite someone to accompany you to some place.

Eg: Would you like to come with me to the party tonight?

Hope that helps,
Pirate

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