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Hi,

What is the difference between 'come here' and 'come over here'?

In my estimation, 'come here' is used when he(she) is near me.

Thanks in advance.
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Hi,

What is the difference between 'come here' and 'come over here'?

In my estimation, 'come here' is used when he(she) is near me.

Both phrases suggest the listener is quite near.

Very broadly speaking, I'd say 'come over here' suggests a context in which the two people are on different sides of something.

eg you are on one side of the classroom and I am on the other side.

Clive
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burandaWhat is the difference between 'come here' and 'come over here'?
I would say that "over" emphasizes the trajectory and the distance to be traversed.
Come (from there by moving) over (to) here.

CJ
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How do I report: "Come over here" . Is it correct to say: He told me to come over there.

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