Whenever (A)/ you are coming here,(B)/ you bring a lot of sweets for me.(C)
This is an error correction question. But I think that this is a bad question because it can be interpreted in two ways.
1. As per my book it says since its a routine habit I need to replace you are coming in part B with you come [Whenever you come here, you bring a lot of sweets for me. ]
But I interpret it in a different way, 2. I am correcting it just by removing you from part C which conveys a meaning that I am saying the above sentence to any XYZ asking him to bring a lot of sweets for me whenever ( any day , today , tomorrow or whenever) he comes at my place. [ Whenever you are coming here, bring a lot of sweets for me.]
Am I correct ?