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Do you want to come......on Friday evening?

a) over b) out

I think both are OK. Am I right?

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Both make sense, but the meanings are different.

a) the meeting will happen at your house (come over)

b) the meeting will revolve around being in a different place (out)

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Omar AhmedI think both are OK. Am I right?

It's a) over.

b) out doesn't make much sense to me.

CJ

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CJ, I wonder if it's a BrEng thing - 'Do you want to come out on Friday evening?' is a very common way to express things here.

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David HattonI wonder if it's a BrEng thing

It could be. In the U.S. it's always

Do you want to go out on Friday evening?

CJ

CalifJimIn the U.S. it's always Do you want to go out on Friday evening?

Unless you are talking to a homosexual who has been closeted and wants to announce his sexual preferences to a group on Friday evening.

AlpheccaStarsUnless ...

OK. I guess I've never heard of that kind of thing being scheduled.

CJ

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I think it's more common to use 'go' in the UK, but perfectly normal to hear 'come'. Of course, the 'coming out' connotation has made it a little less common now, but I still hear it regularly!