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If you as much as (go/come) near the building we're going to

English Language Learners Asked on January 4, 2022

Quick question. Is it necessary to include "go" or "come" here for this to work or is it natural without?

If you as much as (go/come) near the building we’re going to kill the hostages.

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You must have one of “come” or “go near” to be correct.

It is an action that will cause the hostage to be killed. The coming or going.

Answered by Patrick on January 4, 2022

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