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My friends and I are having dinner and chatting about an upcoming wedding.

His parents are gonna be at the wedding and they're flying in from another city.

My friend says: "Yeah! My parents are going/coming to the wedding too!"

Which one is correct or are both useable?

Thanks.
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My friends and I are having dinner and chatting about an upcoming wedding.

His parents are going to be be at the wedding and they're flying in from another city.

My friend says: "Yeah! My parents are going/ coming to the wedding too!"
Rover
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Rover_KE My friends and I are having dinner and chatting about an upcoming wedding.His parents are going to be be at the wedding and they're flying in from another city. My friend says: "Yeah! My parents are going/ coming to the wedding too!" Rover
Shouldn't it be 'going to the wedding too', since we're all having dinner without his parents and they're somewhere else at the moment.
What about: My friends and I are planning a trip to Utah and some of them haven't decided if they're going or not.

I say, "Are Devon and Anita coming/going with us?

Or

"Are they going/coming to Utah with us?"
PreciousJones
Shouldn't it be 'going to the wedding too', since we're all having dinner without his parents and they're somewhere else at the moment.
I assumed from '...they're flying in from another city' that the wedding was to take place in the city where you dining. In that case they would be coming.

If it's in a different city you'll all be going to it.

Rover
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