In a "Deutsche Welle" course I am taking, I saw the sentence:
"Willst du nicht mit nach Berlin kommen?"
I can't understand why the "mit" and "kommen" are separated here. From searching online and on these boards, it seems that when there is a modal verb, and your separable verb is at the end, you keep it together ("Willst du nicht nach Berlin mitkommen?").
What explains this case?