Asd A.

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let's go to Anne's house. OR let's come to Anne's house. What is the correct sentence?

let's go to Anne's house. OR let's come to Anne's house. What is the correct sentence?

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Jennifer R.

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It depends on where the speaker is. If she is at Anne's house, she would say to COME to Anne's house. If the speaker is at another location, she would say to GO to Anne's house. Come is toward hyou, and go is away from you.
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Barbara K.

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“Let’s go” is indeed correct, and the tipoff is “Let’s.” For the speaker to suggest that the listener “come” to Anne’s, the speaker would already be at Anne’s and would say something like “Why don’t YOU come to Anne’s.” Let’s go, you come. Or in rules, first-person goes, 2nd-person comes.
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