Grammar Patterns

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II.14 The 'come' group

These verbs indicate that something comes to someone or someone gets something. We include here come, occur, and come back, which indicate that a thought comes into someone's mind.
The attention they deserve will come to them quite naturally. No problem.
I had rather forgotten what the garden looked like, but as Patty described it, it all came back to me.
At the end of the lease, the properties revert to Community Housing, which can sell them on the open market.
  • accrue
  • come
  • fall
  • go
  • occur
  • pass
  • revert
  • transfer
  • come back
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