Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Come"

The meaning of "Come" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does he came apart mean?
A: Is there any context I could see? Most commonly, "he came apart" would mean that this person has been wrecked emotionally/mentally. He is broken in a sense. A similar expression is "he fell apart" which means the same thing, just worded differently.
Q: What does I'm just tired of coming second mean?
A: It often means that someone chooses to spend time with someone else over you. Maybe your best friend has a boyfriend/girlfriend, and they always choose to spend time with them over you. You may say, "I'm tired of always being your second choice".
Q: What does yet to come mean?
A: Significa "está por venir".
Q: What does You should come too. mean?
A: too = also. They're inviting you to join them.
Q: What does how come you don't strip no more? mean?
A: It means how come you don't take off your clothes no more

Example sentences using "Come"

Q: Please show me example sentences with come across.
A: I may come across as mean, but I'm actually quite nice.
He may come across as a nice person, but is actually quite mean.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "come about".
A: @Tantal: Did she come about? (Did she change her mind? - slang)

How did this come about? (How did this happen?)

Come about! (Hold on a second! / Wait a minute! - meaning you disagree with someone, slang)

It sounds more casual/informal. Hope this helps!
Q: Please show me example sentences with when it comes to .
A: When it comes to pizza, every other food is horrible.

I loves everyone but when it comes to you, I love you the most.
Q: Please show me example sentences with come to think of it .
A: A: Do you only date Asian and white guys?
B: No, I like black guys too, but come to think of it, I have never dated a black person before.

A: Where have you been to for vacation? You've probably been all over the world by now!
B: I've been to a lot of places. I have gone to Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, and Seattle. Come to think of it, I have never left the country before.

A: Are you applying for that job? What skills do you have for it?
B: Come to think of it, I don't have much experience with this.

"Come to think of it" means "I never thought about this before, but now I am thinking about it and I realize something."
Q: Please show me example sentences with come one, come all..
A: This is an older expression used to call people in a crowd or of a large group to come see something. "Come one, come all and see the dancing bear". Or maybe for church. "Come one,
Come all to the evening service"

Synonyms of "Come" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between coming and upcoming ?
A: Upcoming refers to time. to something in the future. As in "The store has an upcoming sale this week."

Coming has more uses. "I'm coming over to see you." here coming means I'm on my way, that I'm in transit.

You could also use coming in place upcoming. "The store has a sale coming up this week."
Q: What is the difference between they would come there everyday and they might come there everyday ?
A: the difference is in level of probability.
They would come there everyday is used in modern English to say "I could reasonably expect them to come everyday"
They might come shows a lower probability of showing up, or not at all.
"They might come, but don't be surprised if they don't."
Q: What is the difference between come back and get back ?
A: To "come back" is to go to a place you have been before, you can use this to ask someone who is walking away from you, and they were near you before walking away, "come back, please!"
"Get back" is used to tell someone to get away from something that might hurt them, or it can also be used to say that you went somewhere (usually tiring) and arrived at home, so if you went to the store you could say "I just got home from the store"
Q: What is the difference between come along and come with me ?
A: come along, come along with me, come with me= all the same in my eyes.
Q: What is the difference between You can't come out here and You can't come here ?
A: You can't come out here means you are stuck inside and can't come out. You can't come here means you weren't allowed or invited here. These sentences can actually have many variations or meanings.

Translations of "Come"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? come
A: comer es eat comida es food
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? “It hasn’t come through yet” or “It hasn’t came through yet”
A: They're both correct.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I’m glad that you came
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Won't you come and sit down?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How come
A: How come/why

Other questions about "Come"

Q: She came healthy. Does this sound natural?
A: I would say "she is healthy" or "she became healthy :)
Q: How come I haven't known this amazing web-site so far. Does this sound natural?
A: How come I never knew about this amazing website before?

or

How come I've never known about this amazing website before?
Q: Can you come back later again? Does this sound natural?
A: "Can you come back again later?"

Other options are:
"We're not quite ready yet..."
"Could you come back again later?"
"Do you think you could come back in a few minutes?"
etc.
Q: I've came to see you and now you have to listen to me.
I came to see you and now you have to listen to me. Does this sound natural?
A: I've come to see you and now you have to listen to me.

Q: I come down with a cold! Does this sound natural?
A: Usually you would say..."I HAVE come down with a cold."

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