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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #90449: To go / To come
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Speaking | Movements [Change theme]
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    To go / To come


     Thank you for coming.
     Come back soon!
     Here we come!
     Come in!
     Come on, hurry up! 

     Where do you come from?
     I come from Jupiter.

     How come you weren't home yesterday?
     All good things come to an end.
     Quote: ' The key to happiness is having dreams, the key to success is making your dreams come true.   (James Allen)



     Let's go to the merry-go-round
     The ducks go quack.
     He goes camping.
     A touch-and-go landing                       
     Used for a plane that lands and takes off
     immediately without coming to a stop.

      Has the go-ahead been given 
    to restore that old castle?

     Go ahead! 


     To give the go-ahead

        Going, going, gone!


     To come and go
     That's the way it goes
     To go to rack and ruin
                   The lights went red 

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                                  1. That man  towards us.
       Do you know him?

     2. There is a man  towards my car over there.

    I wonder why!
    3. Sue,  downstairs, it's late!

       I can't  downstairs, I have lost one of my shoes.          


    4. This is my cousin David. We are  to see him next week.

     And he is  to see us the week after.

    5.My uncle John and his wife have  to Australia, I don't think they will ever .
      Look at those black clouds, a storm is ! We'd better  home.
    6. The first inhabitants of Australia  somewhere in Asia, at least 50,000 years ago.    
     After Robert's death his house .
     Mark had always dreamt of becoming a millionaire, but he never thought it would .
     May I eat that piece of cake? Yes, !

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