Come What May | How Come | Come To
- Come here.
- Come to me.
- They came at six o’clock.
- We argued till we came to blows.
Come can also mean arrive.
- The visitors haven’t come yet.
We use go for movements to other places.
- Where are you going?
- I want to go now.
Come from is used to say where people’s home are or were.
- She comes from Wales, but her husband is Scottish.
Come true means become real, become a fact.
- It was like a dream come true.
- I will make all your dreams come true.
- I had always dreamt of becoming a millionaire, but I never thought it would come true.
Come what may
Come what may means whatever happens.
- Come what may, I will never let you out of my sight again.
Come to can mean happen to.
- How did you come to hear of it?
Come + infinitive can also be used to talk about changes in attitude or opinion.
- You will come to regret your decision.
This structure is used to ask the reason for something.
- How come you never told me? (= Why didn’t you tell me?)