Phrasal verbs with come
1- come across to meet someone or find something by chance
Have you ever come across such a horrible person in all your life?
2- come along with to make progress or get better in quality, skill, or health.
How is Sarah coming along with her photograph course?
3- come from to have your home in a particular place
I am British but my parents come from India.
4- come for in to receive something such as criticism
Fast food has come for in more criticism form the press
5- come between to cause argument or disagreement between two people
I do not want the problem of the money coming between us.
6- come together to finally start to work successfully
I have been working this book for six months and it is finally coming together.
7- come around to happen regularly
As I get older I find my birthdays seem to come around frequently.
8- come into to receive something usually money when someone dies(heritage)
9- come up with to think of something like and idea or a plan.
We need to come up with a plan that will make us a lot of money.
10- come up against to have or deal with something difficult or unpleasant.
The first week of my new job I came up against several problems that had been left by my previously person who had my job.
11- come out with to say something suddenly usually something that surprise or shocks people .
You never know what children are going to come out with.
12- com apart to separate into pieces
The first time I tried to use my new camera, it came apart in my hand.
13- come through to be still alive working or making progress after difficult situation.
We have had difficult few weeks, but I am glad to see have manage to come through together.
14- come down with to become ill with a particular disease, but not serious .
I do not feel well. I think I am coming down with something.