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First i explained my situation then i will tell the doubt.
Daily while leaving office my friend ask me "I can drop u in your home,Are you come with me?".
But today, before she is going to ask me i want to send message that I am going with her.
My doubt is how can i tell that..
1.Today,I am coming with you.Pls inform me before leave.
2.Today I will come with you..
Which one is correct?
Pls help me.
I would say "I’ll come with you today"
Remember – adverbials normally go at the end of the sentence in English, i.e.
"Tomorrow I’ll see you" – incorrect
"I’ll see you tomorrow" – correct
I wonder if the sentences below could be suitable for the scenario.
A: I can (give you a ride and) drop you off near your place! Are you coming with me?
B: Yes I am.
B: Can I come with you today?
A: Of course!
I think the last reply was more apt and concise.
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