Here are more phrasal verb come exercises. Below you'll find definitions and then
an exercise to see how well you know the phrasal verb come.
COME ACROSS AS = make an impression
During the course of their conversation, he came across as an honest
COME APART = become unglued, break.
The toy came apart in my hands when I picked it up.
COME AT = attack with intent to hit or stab
"He came at me with a knife, your Honor." "I had to shoot him."
COME DOWN WITH = become ill, catch a cold.
He came down with the flu last week.
COME FORWARD = volunteer.
The sergeant asked for volunteers but no soldiers came forward.
COME IN FOR = be criticized.
The film will come in for a lot of negative comments because of it's subject
COME OFF = succeed
John's party really came off the other night. It was a big hit.
COME ON = begin to happen.
The old man said he could feel winter coming on in his bones.
COME OUT IN = have a rash.
Whenever I eat shell fish I come out in red blotches.
COME UP WITH = innovate.
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Phrasal Verb COME exercise
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