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come to vs come for

A complete search of the internet has found these results:

come to is the most popular phrase on the web.

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come to

795,000,000 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • Because you helped her come to that understanding.
  • It's come to this because of him.
  • Climate protection must not come to a standstill.
  • Seafront property for investors waiting to come to fruition.
  • Let your children come to me.
  • Let the council come to order.
  • Big ships come to our water...
  • Most offenders never even come to trial.
  • All cashiers please come to the front.
  • People like him come to take.
  • Maybe we can come to some kind of agreement.
  • Laurie, come to our hurricane party.
  • So if I'm right, it'll come to us.
  • Another animal had come to serve humans.
  • Most people that come to hospital are.
  • The time has come to innovate.
  • Your father should come to school tomorrow.
  • Tourists seldom come to such distant place.
  • Professor, I come to apologize.
  • Many people in this situation come to me.

come for

34,800,000 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • I have come for family matters.
  • I've come for the body of Santiago La Rosa.
  • I have come for my son Akeem.
  • I know you've come for the fleece.
  • I have come for the bounty on this Wookiee.
  • People come for all different reasons.
  • Miss Adams has come for clarification.
  • Then the time has come for clarification.
  • I think the time has come for you to try something else.
  • Charlotte has come for our wedding.
  • Oz has to come for dinner next week.
  • Without him, they won't come for me.
  • You may have come for any reason.
  • We've come for the program in that body.
  • The patrols won't come for awhile.
  • He has completed his service and has come for reboring.
  • Hide in the brush till you come for me.
  • Yes, my dear Sterling, come for me.
  • Let us do what we come for.
  • A bit early... but she might come for the Festival.


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