Come To Here : Is This Correct Expression?






Is it correct to say Come To Here?


By Mr. Erwin, Poland - 19th August -2007


No, it isn’t. You generally say,
Come here and notCome to here. There are a number of common words in English, such as here, there, home, up, down, upstairs and downstairs which are not preceded by the word to.


• The children ran upstairs/downstairs. (
Not ran to upstairs/downstairs)


• The CEO asked us to come here. (
Not Come to here)

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