“We’re,” Arc corrected.

  • Uncle Jack

    Senior Member
    British English
    If Arc wants to say that they're coming too, then this is a very common way of doing it. Actually, in speech, "We're" would probably not be distinct enough on its own, particularly not after such a long sentence that everyone has forgotten the beginning of by that time, so something like "We're going" or "I'm coming too" might be more likely. "We're" works well in print, though.