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Number of Pages: 67
Dimensions: 8.5 inch x 11 inch
[Paper Size: Letter]
This Book Covers The Following Topics:
01. English Verb -- ‘Come’
02. Meanings of the Main Verb ‘Come’
03. Idioms With the Word ‘Come’
04. Phrasal Verbs With the Word ‘Come’
05. Proverbs/Sayings With the Word ‘Come’
06. Useful Expressions With the Word ‘Come’
07. English Word: ‘Come’ -- Useful Notes
08. Conjugation of the Verb ‘Come’
Come is an irregular verb. Its three forms are as follows:
First Form (Base Form) -- COME
Second Form (Past Form) -- CAME
Third Form (Past Participle) -- COME
Present Perfect of ‘Come’ – Have/Has Come
Past Perfect of ‘Come’ -- Had Come
-ING Form of ‘Come’ -- Coming
Infinitive of ‘Come’ -- To Come
MOST COMMON Meanings OF “COME” AS A MAIN VERB ARE AS FOLLOWS:
to arrive at, get to or reach a place; to move towards a person or place
My parcel came today but sadly an item that I had ordered was missing.
When opportunity came at last, I made the most of it.
Your ordered items are coming in a little while.
Help came late!
He came into the dressing room.
Today is holiday but he came to office in the afternoon for some work.
They went along the road and came to a stream
What time did he come to your farmhouse?
The time has come to say goodbye – for a while.
(come to do sth)
They are coming to meet you personally today.
He had come to solve your problems.
She came to work despite being told to stay home.
His daughter came home in the evening,
“It is quite a storm coming in.
Did this contract come after the initial announcement of the record?
The rains came late but were abundant to end months-long drought
(come as sth)
Testing positive for a dengue fever came as a rude shock to him.
The increased payments came as a relief.
Results of the company did not came as expectations.
It came as no surprise to us that he was named “Student of the Year”.
to arrive somewhere with a purpose to do sth or get sth
(come for sth) She came for a vacation with her two sons.
(come about sth) She came about his dinner.
(come to do sth) His wife and children came to meet him.
(come doing sth) He came complaining for tooth pain at the upper left maxilla.
(come to/into sth) used to show that sth has reached a particular state
His life journey suddenly came to an end.
The motorcycle came to a stop.
Hitler came to power in 1933
She analyzed the information and came to a decision.
He came to a conclusion without hearing me completely.
to move or travel by yourself or with sb else to a particular place with a view to join an event
He had come only for a few minutes in the function.
Thanks for coming, everyone!
She came to the party with no gift.
(come to sth with sb) She came to the get-together with his family.
(come doing sth) He came skating with his friends.