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0. Introduction This paper develops an analysis of GO/COME (English go/come and their counterparts in other languages) which improves on existing analyses. I propose that GO/COME refer to a contextually provided set of individuals, which I call RP (reference point(s)), rather than to a specific entity that serves as the "deictic center", and that GO requires that no member of the RP be at the goal (of the described motion) while COME requires that some member thereof be at the goal. Thedoi:10.3765/bls.v32i1.3466 fatcat:u5og5v3xvffv7fox2evrhjkjx4