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In today's One-minute English Sam will explain the difference between ‘come back’ and ‘go back’
आजच्या  One-minute English मध्ये सॅम  ‘come back’ आणि ‘go back’ मधला फरक सांगणार आहे.

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Come back vs Go back

In today's One-minute English Sam will explain the difference between ‘come back’ and ‘go back’
आजच्या One-minute English मध्ये सॅम ‘come back’ आणि ‘go back’ मधला फरक सांगणार आहे.

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Welcome back to BBC Learning English!
I'm Sam and today we're looking at the difference between 'come back' and 'go back'.
They both mean 'to return', but we use them differently.

We use 'come back' when return here.

So, for example, I'm in the BBC building now. Tonight I will go home and tomorrow I will come back here, like a full circle.

We use 'go back' to mean we will return there.

For example, I'm at work now and tonight I will go back home.

I am not at home now, but tonight I will go back. Half the circle.

So, please come back to BBC Learning English for more videos!

Function/वापर 

come back

‘come back’ म्हणजे इथे ‘here’ परत ये. आपण ज्या ठिकाणी आहोत त्या ठिकाणाच्या संदर्भ असेल तेव्हा come back वापरतात.
On Tuesdays I leave work early. I always come back early the next day to continue my work.

Are you going to come back to visit me after you leave the city?

go back

म्हणजे तिकडे (‘there’) परत जा. आपण ज्या ठिकाणी आहोत त्यापेक्षा वेगळ्या ठिकाणाबद्दल बोलताना go back वापरतात.
I left my country last year. I want to go back to visit my family.

She forgot her laptop today. She had to go back home to get it.

Come back vs Go back

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gone back/been back

When using the present perfect it is useful to know the difference between ‘gone back’ and ‘been back’.

Gone back’ means that we have left somewhere to return to a previous location.

Sorry! She’s not here now – she’s gone back home to collect some documents.

After we ‘go back’ somewhere, we might return to our original location. We can use ‘been back’ to show that our journey is completed.

Don’t worry! She’s been back home to collect the documents. She’s now sitting in my office with the papers.

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