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to come

come definition:
The verb 'to come' means to enter, arrive, or reach a particular place.
come in a sentence:
simple present
Subject Prefix(es) Form
I come
you come
he/she/it comes
we come
you come
they come
present progressive
Subject Prefix(es) Form
I am coming
you are coming
he/she/it is coming
we are coming
you are coming
they are coming
present perfect
Subject Prefix(es) Form
I have come
you have come
he/she/it has come
we have come
you have come
they have come
present perfect progressive
Subject Prefix(es) Form
I have, been coming
you have, been coming
he/she/it has, been coming
we have, been coming
you have, been coming
they have, been coming
simple past
Subject Prefix(es) Form
I came
you came
he/she/it came
we came
you came
they came
past progressive
Subject Prefix(es) Form
I was coming
you were coming
he/she/it was coming
we were coming
you were coming
they were coming
past perfect
Subject Prefix(es) Form
I had come
you had come
he/she/it had come
we had come
you had come
they had come
past perfect progressive
Subject Prefix(es) Form
I had, been coming
you had, been coming
he/she/it had, been coming
we had, been coming
you had, been coming
they had, been coming
simple future
Subject Prefix(es) Form
I will come
you will come
he/she/it will come
we will come
you will come
they will come
future progressive
Subject Prefix(es) Form
I will, be coming
you will, be coming
he/she/it will, be coming
we will, be coming
you will, be coming
they will, be coming
future perfect
Subject Prefix(es) Form
I will, have come
you will, have come
he/she/it will, have come
we will, have come
you will, have come
they will, have come
future perfect progressive
Subject Prefix(es) Form
I will, have, been coming
you will, have, been coming
he/she/it will, have, been coming
we will, have, been coming
you will, have, been coming
they will, have, been coming
conditional present
Subject Prefix(es) Form
I would come
you would come
he/she/it would come
we would come
you would come
they would come
conditional present progressive
Subject Prefix(es) Form
I would, be coming
you would, be coming
he/she/it would, be coming
we would, be coming
you would, be coming
they would, be coming
conditional perfect
Subject Prefix(es) Form
I would, have come
you would, have come
he/she/it would, have come
we would, have come
you would, have come
they would, have come
conditional perfect progressive
Subject Prefix(es) Form
I would, have, been coming
you would, have, been coming
he/she/it would, have, been coming
we would, have, been coming
you would, have, been coming
they would, have, been coming

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