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Welcome back to BBC Learning English!
I'm Sam
and today we're looking at the difference between
come back and go back.
They both mean to return,
but we use them differently.
We use come back when we return here.
So, for example:
I am in the BBC building now.
Tonight I will go home,
and tomorrow I will come back here
- like a full circle.
We use go back to mean that we return there.
For example:
I am at work now, and tonight I will go back home.
I am not at home now, but tonight I will go back
– half the circle
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EIAM: Come back vs Go back

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Evangeline published on July 17, 2018    Evangeline translated    Evangeline reviewed
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