1. I meant to go to ABC store but I came to the wrong store.
2. I intended to go to ABC store, so I am at the wrong store. So sorry.
3. We need to figure out the percentage amount of water bill that need to be covered/paid by each tenant.
4. What is the percentage of water bill that I need to pay.

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1. I meant to go to the ABC store, but I went to the wrong store.
2. I intended to go to the ABC store, but I am at the wrong store. So sorry.
3. We need to figure out the percentage of the water bill that needs to be covered/paid by each tenant.
4. What is the percentage of the water bill that I need to pay?
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[quote=“St8762, post:1, topic:177549”]

• I meant to go to ABC store but I came to the wrong store.
• I intended to go to ABC store, so I am at the wrong store. So sorry.
• We need to figure out the percentage amount of water bill that need to be covered/paid by each tenant.
• What is the percentage of water bill that I need to pay.
Correction made by Shanthi subject to re-correction.
I needed to go to ABC store but I came to the wrong place/store
I wanted to go to ABC store, I am at the wrong store. So sorry to myself
We need to calculate the percentage amount of water bill that needs to be covered/paid by the tenant.
What is the percentage of water bill which I need to pay.
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Thank you so much for replying.

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Thank you so much for your help.

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I agree with the answers that Zhuolizhang gave.

You would normally use “went” when referring to someplace other than were you are now. You would normally use “came” if you are currently at that location.

I went there.
I came here.

If you are at home, you would say:

I went to the store. ( I went there )
I came home. ( I came here )

If you are at the store, it would be the opposite:

I came to the store.
I went home.

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