come from +
She comes from Russia
Eggs come from chickens.
The plane came in at two-thirty in the morning.
(消息) 被收到；(消息) 傳來
Reports are just coming in of an assassination attempt on the President.
come in +
I did my best but came in last but one in the race.
come in for +
遭到 (批評等)；接受 (讚揚等)
Jack’s come in for quite a lot of criticism of late.
come into +
She came into a lot of money when her grandmother died.
come into use
The computerized system came into use at the end of last year.
I picked it up and the handle came off in my hand.
I was surprised when the plan came off so easily.
come off it
Come off it; tell me the truth for goodness’ sake.
I’ve got a bit of a headache. I hope it doesn’t mean I’ve got flu coming on.
The central heating comes on automatically an hour before I have to get up.
Come on; don’t give up now when you’re so close to finishing.
The details of the scandal came out in the press and she had to resign.
I didn’t see the car at first. It came out of nowhere.
The band’s new CD is coming out in September.
Sam finally came out last month.
She came out at university and has been living with her partner, Jane, for the last couple of years.
It started cloudy, but then the sun came out and we all went to the park.
The red wine I spilt just will not come out of the carpet no matter what I try to clean it with.
come out in +
She came out in a nasty rash after touching the poisonous plant by mistake.
come out with +
Microsoft is coming out with a new video game system next month.
come out with +
She came out with the answer when everyone was expecting it to remain unsolved.
You never know what the children are going to come out with.