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What is the difference between "Do you want me to come with you?" and "Do you want me to come along?"?

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"Do you want me to come with you" Seems more of an intimate thing, someone is asking if they can come with you instead of "along" which seems to be with multiple people. "Do you want me to come along" seems as if someone would be tagging along with a group or a person but more on the side and not involved with just one person.

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There isn't...

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well, come with you could be just whomever is going alone and come along could be whomever is going with others or could be no difference. according how you look at it.

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not much difference

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Kinda like "Just don't stand there" and "Don't just stand there".

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