Anybody can tell me when to use these two words in a question? E.g. are you coming? Do you come?

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ahenus 11540

do you come refers to a habitual activity, are you coming referst to an upcoming event in the near future.

e.g. do you come to our weekly bridge party on thursdays?

are you coming to our bridge party next thursday?


Sorry, I didn't come to the bridge party next thursday, I am very buzy.

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