Hello, I'm having a hard time understanding the usage of "come (or go )+ verb". For example: "People are friendly where she lives. When she is sick, people come to help her." Is "people come to help her" natural English? Would you also say: "people come help her" or "people come and help her"? I learned in my last post that "go to wash your hands" sounds odd. And "go wash your hands" or "go and wash your hands" is a command. If I relate this to the above example sentence, the theory would be: "come to help her" is odd; and "come help her" or "come and help her is imperative? But I feel like I'm totally wrong! Or maybe it's all contextual, no hard and fast rule at all? Here is my last post: http://forum.wordreference.com/showthread.php?t=2584881 Thanks.