come - go Revision:
Present Continuous for arranged future action - Present Perfect -
come round - that sounds + adjective - pretty + adjective Vocabulary go + ing
- for leisure and sports, i.e.
go + noun
- Let's go skiing.
- I'm going shopping this afternoon.
- to leave a place to do a specific activity, i.e.
- She's going for a swim.
- Shall we go for a drive later?
- for movements away from the speaker, i.e.
- I'm going to Berlin next weekend.
- Would you like to go to the theatre this evening?
- for movement towards the speaker or where the speaker will be, i.e.
go or come
- Come over to my place tonight.
- Are you going to come to Sally's party?
- for 'would you like to...' when inviting the listener to join the speaker, i.e.
- Would you like to come / go to a party on Saturday?
(The speaker is inviting the listener to join them.)come round - (phrasal verb) to visit someone in their home, i.e.
.Why don't you come round for tea this afternoon?
.My parents are coming round this evening.