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

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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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1 Comment

Ferdinando Soares · 7 Apr 2020 at 9:14 pm

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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