Choco
Come visit and ....
Hi, I am learning English in Japan and hope someone can help me.

In my textbook for TOEIC listening section, there is a sentence
”Come visit our campus on Saturdays for a free tour and ”to” see our students cooking in action." 

I thought this “to see” is weird. Shouldn’t it be an original form?
“Come to visit our campus... and to see” might work, I think. I wonder how it sounds to native speakers.
Please let me know what you think...Thank you!

Jun 3, 2020 11:51 PM
Comments · 2
Hi, Romie.

I see. That is what I thought but I was not sure as it is written in the textbook.
Thank you very much for your help!!
June 4, 2020
”Come visit our campus on Saturdays for a free tour and see our students cooking in action"  sounds best to me as a native English speaker. The verbs "come" and "see" are parallel in this sentence--they are both command forms.
June 3, 2020
Choco
Language Skills
English, Japanese
Learning Language
English