Byron Bay – Phrasal Verbs with Come – 26 August 20

In our third blog on common phrasal verbs and their meanings, we’re looking at those beginning with COME. Have a look at the questions below, first.


Phrasal Verb Come


Can you complete these sentences? Use the table below to help you.


about – across – along – along – back – by – down – out – out – out – over – with – with – with


  1. He came _______ with the flu.
  2. He comes _______ as rather rude, but he isn’t.
  3. How are you coming _______ _______ the research paper?
  4. How did your idea for the book come _______?
  5. I didn’t see the car at first. It came _______ of nowhere.
  6. I’ll come _______ later this afternoon.
  7. Microsoft is coming _______ _______ a new video game system next month.
  8. Sam came _______ with us to the beach.
  9. The computer system doesn’t come _______ a printer.
  10. The pictures came _______
  11. What time are you coming _______ ?
  12. Why don’t you come _______ after work for dinner?


If you’re still not sure, you can check the answers here:


Now add an example sentence. Remember, if you make the example personal you won’t forget it.


Phrasal Verb              Meaning Example Sentence
come about occur / happen
come across something discover by accident
come across angry, sad etc. initially seem or have the appearance of being happy, sad etc. or like someone else
come along accompany someone
come along with someone accompany
come along progress
come along with something progress
come away leave a place with a particular feeling or impression
come back return
come by something get, receive, find
come by visit a person at their house
come down with something become sick with
come into something inherit
come off something fall off, break off
come out appear
come out reveal you are homosexual
come out turn out, end up
come out with something produce and distribute a product
come over visit someone at their house
come to / round regain consciousness
come through do what is needed or expected
come up to a standard approach; to equal
come up with a plan etc. produce or create (an idea, a plan)
come with an accessory include (an accessory)


Ready to practise?


Or go to and enter the code: 0831924

Here you will find multiple choice question where you need to choose the correct phrasal verb to finish the sentence. You’ll be competing against other players this month. This round ends on 26 September 2020.





Here you will find flashcards where you can STUDY the phrasal verbs and their definitions and then PLAY a matching game where you try to match the phrasal verbs/definitions in the fastest time.


Quizlet Come 1


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