- They (came upon/come back/come off/come down) from a 1 point deficit to beat their opponent 2 – 1.
- Max (comes on/comes upon/comes out/comes in) as very happy and nice, but is actually quite angry and mean.
- Max (came off/came over/came in/came across) some old books in the attic of his house.
- I just (came into/came in/came on/came off) a lot of money, so I am buying pizza for everybody.
- I was in the neighborhood, so I (came upon/came up/came into/came by) to see what was going on.
- Max can’t go to work. He has (come over/come under/come down/come up) with the flu again.
- Can you adjust the radio antenna to see if you can get that radio station to (come out/come in/come about/come over) better?
- The kids (came on/came off/came under/came over) to play Foosball last night.
- I don’t think it’s safe to drive when the rain is (coming in/coming over/coming down/coming off) so hard.
- Max ran the race and (came in/came out/came down/came up) last place.
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