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Muah!
Hello everyone and welcome
back to English With Lucy.

Today is going to be a
video about the verb,

to come and the verb to go
and when to use which one.
Even some of my most advanced
students make the mistake

so let's clarify exactly when to use them
and I hope it helps you
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Alright. Let's get back to the class.
So the verb to come and the verb to go.
Very easily confused.
Now, there are two simple rules
that will help you understand them.
Firstly though, you need to understand
what a speaker is and what a listener is.
Well, the speaker is the person talking.
Right now, I am the speaker
and the listener is the person
the speaker is talking to.

The person listening.
So right now, you my
friend, are the listener.

Or at least I hope.
So the first use for to come
is movement between the
speaker and the listener.

If I say, Juan, come here,
I'm asking Juan to move to me or if I say,
don't worry, Juan, I'll come to you.
I'm moving to where Juan is.
We also use to come to talk about movement
form another place to where
the speaker or listener is.

Now, go on the other hand,
we use to show movement
from where the speaker

or listener is to another place, okay?
So come from another
place to where the speaker

or listener is and go
from where the speaker

or listener is to another place.
Okay, so that's pretty easy
but thinking about to in the moment
when your having a conversation
can be quite challenging.
I often hear my students say,
yeah, next year, I'll come back to Spain.
But they're telling me
whilst they're in London.

So they should say, I'm
going back to Spain.

If they were talking to they're
parents in Spain on holiday,

then say, yes, I'll come
back to Spain next year.

That would be correct.
But since they're in London, it's go.
Another really nice way
of thinking of things

is thinking of come as moving closer
and go as moving away.
So, what happens?
Which one do we use if we're
talking about somebody,

another different person
that is neither the speaker

nor the listener.
Well, it all depends
from which point of view

we're seeing things.
My best friend is called Felicity
and she is going to talk to
her mother for some help.

So let's look at two different sentences
using both go and come.
The first one,
Felicity came to her mother for help.
The second,
Felicity went to her mother for help.
The first sentence, she
came to her mother for help.

We're looking at it from
her mother's view point.

In the second one, when Felicity went
to her mother for help,
we're looking at it from
Felicity's point of view.

From Felicity's view point.
So, that's how we use come and go.
Alright. Now I've said a lot of words
but I think its time to
put this into practise.

So, I'm going to do a
quiz with you right now.

So, I'm going to give you some phrases
and you need tell me
if they're come or go.

You have three seconds and then
I will show you the answer.

So don't forget to pause it if
you need more time to think.

Okay, so we're going to do five questions.
The first one.
One second, I'm just calling Felicity.
I'm at Juan's party.
Why don't you, too?
I'm at Juan's party.
Why don't you, too?
Which one will it be?
So the answer is come.
I'm at the party,
so I want Felicity to come to me.
Okay, I'm still on the phone to Felicity
but let's do number two.
Felicity, I loved Seville.
I'd love to, back there one day.
Felicity, I loved Seville.
I'd love to, back there one day.
So, Felicity lives in London
so maybe the answer would be different
if I was calling a friend in Seville
but Felicity is here.
So the answer is go.
I'd love to go back there one day.
Okay, number three.
I went to see the new Bridget
Jones film last night.

I recommend that you, and see it too.
I went to see the new Bridget
Jones film last night.

I recommend that you, and see it too.
Come?
Or go?
It's go.
I recommend that you go and see it too.
I've already been so I'm
not inviting you with me.

And I'm not there right
now so it has to be go.

Okay, number four.
Let's pretend that I'm talking to my boss
in the office, okay?
I, to work by bus today
but I'm going to, home by train.
I, to work by bus today
but I'm going to, home by train.
Okay, well. I'm in the office
so I came to work by bus today
but I'm going to go home by train.
Okay, so now I finished
work and I'm at home

and I'm telling my
flatmate what I did today.

It's gonna be a very
exciting conversation.

Lucky flatmate.
So, Angelo and Alisha,
I, to work by bus today
but I, home by train.
I, to work by bus today
but I, home by train.
Well, since I'm at home,
I went to work by bus
and I came home by train.
How lovely that my flatmates and I
can have such exciting conversations.
Alright. That was the last one.
I hope this video has served to clarify
the meanings and the uses of come and go.
And I hope that you now
feel slightly more confident

while speaking in English.
Don't forget to connect with me
on all of my social media.
What am I doing?
(laughs)
And I like to welcome you back
for another English lesson

very, very soon.
Muah!
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