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"come on in" vs "come in"



 
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"come on in" vs "come in" #1 (permalink) Sat Sep 15, 2012 16:19 pm   "come on in" vs "come in"
 

what is the different between "come on in" and "come in"?
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Re: "come on in" vs "come in" #2 (permalink) Sat Sep 15, 2012 16:26 pm   Re: "come on in" vs "come in"
 

Morvarid798 wrote:
what is the differentce between "come on in" and "come in"?

They both pretty much mean the same. Come on in sounds a bit more encouraging.

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