How do you come back or go back?

To come back or to go back means to retrace your steps to return to the place you just recently visited or stood. As some examples:
  • Mom realized that she forgot to buy milk. "I have to go back to the store," she told her husband.
  • "Come back here and give me a kiss," the newly married guy told his bride.
  • "Come back to my office," the therapist invited.
  • "Go back to your desk," the teacher ordered.
  • "Go back home. Mom says I have to do my chores."
  • The girl walked all the way to her friend's house, only to go back home because her friend was sick.
To come back or to go back means to retrace your steps to return to the place you just recently visited or stood. As some examples:
  • Mom realized that she forgot to buy milk. "I have to go back to the store," she told her husband.
  • "Come back here and give me a kiss," the newly married guy told his bride.
  • "Come back to my office," the therapist invited.
  • "Go back to your desk," the teacher ordered.
  • "Go back home. Mom says I have to do my chores."
  • The girl walked all the way to her friend's house, only to go back home because her friend was sick.