When someone calls for a bit of help, we would normally say 'I'm coming' or 'I'll come in a moment.' A Japanese might say, however, 'Sugu iki-masu' which translates as 'I go in a moment', but he doesn't mean that he is leaving and refusing to help. Many languages use to go in some cases where English uses to come. So what do these words mean? And why can't we say * 'She went here yesterday' in ordinary speech?