6 phrasal verbs with ‘come’ you probably don’t know

Come across – meet someone accidentally.

Ex: I came across Martha at the meeting yesterday.

Come down with – start being ill.

Ex: I’m afraid I can’t go out with you tonight. I came down with the flu.

Come forward – to offer information about something.

Ex: No one came forward to witness last night’s crime.

Come up against – to face a problem you have to deal with.

Ex: If you come up against any difficulties, give me a call.

Come up with – to suggest an idea.

Ex: Brian came up with a great idea of how to double our income.

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One thought on “6 phrasal verbs with ‘come’ you probably don’t know

  1. Thank you so much for everything. These phrasal verbs are useful for me. Learning through the phrasal verbs, maybe I can be speaking better

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