come in a sentence

Must I come home now?

Can she come in time?

I expect him to come.

Visitors are welcome.

You are kind to come.

He is likely to come.

She is likely to come.

He has just come home.

He has just come back.

I’m sure he will come.

No doubt he will come.

He is certain to come.

When did he come here?

He comes from England.

She wanted me to come.

I have just come here.

I heard her come here.

I was excited to come.

Come tomorrow morning.

I come from Australia.

He says he won’t come.

He will come tomorrow.

He will not come today.

He will soon come back.

Good comes out of evil.

Spring has come around.

He has become a memory.

Will he ever come back?

I expected him to come.

Lover, come back to me.

He comes of good stock.

He will come down soon.

He promised me to come.

Death comes to all men.

He won’t come, will he?

He will come back soon.

The sun comes and goes.

She says she will come.

I’m sure she will come.

Here comes our teacher.

I cannot possibly come.

I’ll come if necessary.

He will come after all.

He still wants to come.

Would you come with me?

Maybe Jane will come.

He probably won’t come.

He will come all right.

Who made you come here?

Her dream has come true.

I saw him come this way.

Please come next Friday.

Come on, don’t be silly.

He will come afterwards.

Her new hat becomes her.

He has come from Boston.

She promised me to come.

I just want you to come.

Come and see me tonight.

He was supposed to come.

She won’t come just yet.

Don’t come into my room.

I thought he might come.

I thought he would come.

Where does he come from?

There comes our teacher.

She didn’t need to come.

We were welcomed warmly.

I doubt if he will come.

I have become forgetful.

Please come to my house.

When did he come of age?

It has become very cold.

Whoever comes is welcome.

I will come by all means.

My time has not yet come.

Our dream has come true, at last!
Either come in or go out.

I wonder if he will come.

He was the first to come.

Let’s wait till he comes.

He shouted to us to come.

They want to become rich.

Either go out or come in.

First come, first served.

Come and see me tomorrow.

His words have come true.

They welcomed her warmly.

When should I come again?

Shall I come next Sunday?

Come and see us sometime.

Tell her to come at noon.

Does he come home at six?

Will he come home at six?

He usually comes in time.

He will by no means come.

He will come in a moment.

She will become a doctor.

She hasn’t come here yet.

He didn’t come after all.

He lives up to his income.