come by - drop by - pass by


Senior Member
Portuguese - Brasil
Networking at a trade fair:

A - So, are you working on one of the stands?
B - Yes, I am. We're launching our new product tomorrow.
A - I'll have to check out that new product then. I'll come by your stand tomorrow.

I'm not sure how to say that the person will "visit" the stand. Come by, drop by, pass by or other?
  • JamesM

    Senior Member
    "Come by" and "drop by" are both fine. "Pass by" could mean that you walk past the stand without engaging in conversation, perhaps to see the level of interest the product is generating, for example.
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