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Phrasal Verbs

come over (1)

This page is about the phrasal verb come over (1)

Meaning

to visit a place, or to move from one place or country to another

For example

  • come over Do you want to come over after work and see my new 50" TV?

  • come over My family has lived in Australia ever since my great grandparents came over from England in 1896.

Quick Quiz

In the nineteenth century, many Europeans wanted to escape poverty in their homelands, so they came over

a. for dinner

b. to live in America

c. for the holiday of a lifetime

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