Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Come"

He can come.
Please come.
Can you come?
Come with me.
Come with us.
She may come.
May I come in?
Will she come?
Please come in.
She might come.
Come and see me.
Come here, John.
Has he come yet?
I'll come by 10.
Spring has come.
Come and help us.
Don't come again.
Dreams come true.
I expect to come.
She may not come.
Come here quickly.
He will come soon.
Please come again.
Come along with me.
Come along with us.
Come into the room.
He hasn't come yet.
He is sure to come.
I come from Brazil.
I told him to come.
Come again tomorrow.
Come home before six.
He is likely to come.
I expect him to come.
My mother can't come.
Perhaps he will come.
Come tomorrow morning.
I come from Australia.
Why don't you come in?
Will he come tomorrow?
You've come too early.
Come on! We'll be late.
He still wants to come.
I'll come if necessary.
Why did you come early?
Won't you come with me?
Would you like to come?
I just want you to come.
I'll come to your place.
Mary has just come home.
What made you come here?
Come in, the door's open.
Come on any day you like.
You have to come with me.
A gun might come in handy.
Come and see me right now.
Come at any time you like.
Come at ten o'clock sharp.
Come on! Give me a chance.
Come to my house at eight.
Do you want to come along?
He wanted to come with us.
How do you come to school?
I didn't hear you come in.
I'm glad that you'll come.
This stain won't come out.
Will he come this evening?
Come over here and join us.
Dreams sometimes come true.
I should have come earlier.
I thought he wouldn't come.
I'm glad that you can come.
When did you come to Japan?
Your dreams have come true.
He doesn't always come late.
I wish you had come with us.
Why did she come home early?
Has the mailman already come?
I'm not sure when he'll come.
Would you come here a moment?
Do you know when he will come?
I advised her to come by 9:00.
I promise you I'll come early.
May all your dreams come true!
When did he say he would come?
Why did you come home so late?
Ask her when he will come back.
Did he come by bus or by train?
Do you know when she will come?
He may come and see us tonight.
I am not sure but she may come.
I wish she had come last night.
She may not come here tomorrow.
When did your father come home?
According to her, he won't come.
Come and see me once in a while.
Don't let that dog come near me!
Have you been told when to come?
I hope your wish will come true.
Maybe you'd better come with us.
She advised him to come by 2:30.
She waited for him to come home.
Because he's sick, he can't come.
He is expected to come home soon.
He was sick, so he couldn't come.
I don't think that she will come.
I think the train will come soon.
I would like you to come with me.
Who do you think will come first?
Will he be able to come tomorrow?
Come and see me any time you like.
Come and see me at eleven o'clock.
He won't come in a rain like this.
How did you come by this painting?
I hope your wishes will come true.
Trains come more often than buses.
When will you come back to school?
Come and see me when you have time.
He is often doesn't come to school.
I advised him to come back at once.
I am doubtful whether he will come.
I have an idea she will come today.
I wish you could have come with me.
She will come even if she is tired.
Should I wait for her to come back?
He couldn't come because he was sick.
She advised him to come back at once.
She asked him to come into her house.
This just might come in handy someday.
I promised him that I would come today.
I think it's time for me to come clean.
What time do you think he'll come back?
By the time you come back, I'll be gone.
He promised to come, but he didn't come.
I have a feeling that she'll come today.
I shouldn't have to ever come back here.
Please come to see me from time to time.
Won't you come in and have a cup of tea?
Come and visit us in Paris sometime soon.
He promised me that he would come at four.
I asked him to come with me and he agreed.
I have a feeling that she will come today.
I don't know for certain when he will come.
I don't know when my father will come back.
I'll bring my sister when I come next time.
As far as I know, he has never come on time.
Dick promised to come back by three o'clock.
Here come the police. Let's get out of here.
I come home from work about seven every day.
She was advised by him to come back at once.
She'd like him to come to her house at 2:30.
He promised me to come by five at the latest.
I didn't expect that Mary would come so soon.
I don't know whether George will come or not.
I don't think any more students want to come.
She promised me that she would come at three.
Tom's already here, but Bill hasn't come yet.
Won't you come to my to my house next Sunday?
He said that he would come back here tomorrow.
Here. Take this with you. It might come in handy.
I miss you. I need to see you. Could I come over?
I think it's time for us to come to an agreement.
I still think it's unlikely that he'll come today.
He was wrong in thinking that she'd come to see him.
She asked him to come into her house, but he refused.
Would you like to come in for an interview next week?
As soon as I can get the chance, I'll come for a visit.
I never imagined so many people would come to my party.
I took it for granted that she would come to our wedding.
You should have told me that you wanted me to come alone.
If you want to make your dreams come true, keep on trying.
Having a small flashlight in your pocket may come in handy.
Take this folding umbrella with you. It might come in handy.
I can't tell you how happy I am that you've come to visit us.
I think it wouldn't be too hard to come up with a better system.
I can think of some situations in which a knife would come in handy.
She wrote to him to tell him that she couldn't come to visit next summer.
He turned the bottle upside down and shook it, but still the honey wouldn't come out.
I never thought this rubber band would come in handy when I put it in my pocket this morning.
I think it's unlikely that the next version of Windows will come out before the end of this month.


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