Common mistake you com (come)

Common Mistake: Confusing "com" with "come"

One common mistake that many people make is confusing the word "com" with the proper word "come". This mistake often occurs in informal writing, such as text messages or online chats, but it can also slip into more formal forms of writing if one is not careful.


  • Incorrect: "You com to the party last night?"
  • Correct: "You came to the party last night?"

As seen in the example, using "com" instead of "come" is grammatically incorrect. The correct past tense form of "to come" is "came".

It's important to remember that "come" is a verb, and it should be used in appropriate verb forms such as present tense, past tense, and so on.

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you com (come) mistake examples

  • Incorrect:
    He cam to help.

    He came to help.

  • Incorrect:
    Tom cam here to party.

    Tom came here to party.

  • Correct: from the Greenland Tourism \u0026amp; Business Council
  • Incorrect:
    Can you com and help me?

    Can you come and help me?

  • Correct:
    Is it com.mohamicorp.plugin.namespace.key?
  • Incorrect:
    It has com to an end.

    It has come to an end.

  • Incorrect:
    Com on, let's go.

    Come on, let's go.

  • Correct:
    Visit on the WorldPerks Mall.
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