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Talking to a phone operator about a food delivery person:

She says: He now has all the correct info and is going/coming back now.

Me: Oh thanks, I cant wait to eat!

Please pikc one for me.

Thank you!
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Hi Precious Jones;

I don't understand what you are asking.

Does the phone operator work at the catering company or restaurant where the food is coming from?
AlpheccaStarsHi Precious Jones;I don't understand what you are asking.Does the phone operator work at the catering company or restaurant where the food is coming from?
It's an online food delivery service and the operator is at the office.
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"Telephone operator" is not the right term. A "telephone operator" works for the telephone company, and used to connect you with the person you wanted to talk with (before automated switches).

Service representative is the term most often used for a person who works for a company you are doing business with.
If you're asking about the choice between "coming" and "going," it could be either. It depends on whether the person on the phone is speaking from her perspective (the delivery guy is leaving the restaurant, therefore "going") or the customer's perspective (the customer is waiting for him to come back, therefore "coming").

Native speakers often use "coming" and "going" interchangeably in certain situations ("Are you coming/going to John's party with me tomorrow?") without really thinking much about the choice.
Maybe you meant one of these:

She says: He now has all the correct info and is leaving with your order. (The delivery guy is at the restaurant, ready to leave.)

She says: He now has all the correct info and is coming back now (from his last delivery) to pick up your order. (The delivery guy is not at the restaurant because he is finishing making another delivery.)

She says: He now has all the correct info and is on his way to your address now. (The delivery guy has left the restaurant with your food.)
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AlpheccaStarsMaybe you meant one of these:She says: He now has all the correct info and is leaving with your order now.She says: He now has all the correct info and is coming back now (from his last delivery) to pick up your order.She says: He now has all the correct info and is on his way to your address now.
The delivery guy didn't' have the correct info and left to his next destination. So should it be:

He's going back to your place now. Or

He's coming back to your place now.

Thanks!
Do you mean that he had your food, but not the correct address?
If so, then he could not go/come back, because he was never there in the first place.

"He has your correct address now, and is on his way with your order."
Oops! You're right, of course.
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