Practical English Usage
English grammar and vocabulary exercises
Come and go
We use come for movements nearer to the position of the speaker or a point (in space or time) or a result.
Come can also mean arrive.
We use go for movements to other places.
Come from is used to say where people’s home are or were.
Come true means 'become real, become a fact'.
Come what may
Come what may means 'whatever happens'.
Come to can mean 'happen to'.
Come + infinitive can also be used to talk about changes in attitude or opinion.
This structure is used to ask the reason for something.
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