Are you coming reply?
“Are you coming with us next week?” is a perfectly fine way of asking whether someone is coming in the future.
Are you coming with us [right now / tomorrow / next week].
– Yes, [I’m coming with you right now / tomorrow / next week]..
Do you come here?
Phrase. do you come here often? A common phrase for initiating conversation with a stranger, especially one for seeking romantic involvement.
Do you come with me meaning?
It can mean I’m going right now or I’m going tomorrow. In this context, “Are you coming with me?” probably refers to accompanying me as I go to town, but it might be asking about your accompanying me somewhere else.
Are u coming Meaning?
Are you coming? is a complete question asking whether someone will join you in your travels. Will you come? Will you come with me?
Are you coming tomorrow or will you come tomorrow?
“I’m coming tomorrow” is for decisions you’ve already made and have arrangements for. Tickets have been booked, other people have agreed, whatever – it’s not just your decision. They’re both correct depending on context. I will come tomorrow (or more likely, I’ll come tomorrow), = a decision you’ve just made.
Can you come meaning?
2 verb When someone comesto do something, they move to the place where someone else is in order to do it, and they do it. In British English, someone can also come and do something and in American English, someone can come do something. However, you always say that someone came and did something.
How are you coming Meaning?
It means “how is it going?” and you ask it when you intend to know how is something progressing. Though I’ve already seen it being used as a greeting, generally the “how is it coming along?” question is made with context (when there is something particular happening during a time).
Are you coming over meaning?
intransitive verb. 1a : to change from one side (as of a controversy) to the other. b : to visit casually : drop in come over whenever you like. 2 British : become. Synonyms Example Sentences Learn More about come over.
Are you coming or you are coming?
The correct one is “You are coming today, aren’t you?” It is true that both are incorrect, but from the communicative apporach, it doesn’t matter so much as it makes sense if you say those two sentences. They both sound awkward.
Did you come or have come?
when did you come is the correct one because did refers to past tense and come is an present perfect tense , the second sentence when did you came wont fit in the line since came is simple past. Two past words cant make a correct meaning when they are joined together.