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come around – to return to consciousness. He took a couple of minutes to come around after he fainted and knocked his head.
come down with – to get sick. I think I’m coming down with a cold.
come out – to reveal news. It was no surprise to anyone when he came out that he was gay.
come into – to inherit. He came into a small fortune when his grandfather passed away.
come over – to visit. Why don’t you come over to our house for dinner this evening?
come up – to occur unexpectedly. I’m afraid, I can’t make it to our appointment. Something’s come up.
come back – to return. You are welcome to come back and visit us anytime.
come across – to find unexpectedly. I came across a fantastic website about Malta yesterday.
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We have to find a solution to this problem. Let work on it together and see if we can come ____ with some new ideas.Correct
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I don’t feel well. I hope I’m not coming _____ _____ something.Correct
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It’s a terrible situation but I’m sure he’ll come _______ it in the end.Correct
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It’s been ages since I saw you. Why don’t you come __________ to my house for dinner?Correct
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There’s a nasty virus going around. I hope I don’t come _____ ______ it.Correct