If you don't want to put on sunscreen, that's your problem. Just don't come complaining to me when you get a sunburn.
I'm dying to see you tonight in any event. Please come over by seven.
New facts about ancient China have recently come to light.
In most Western countries, young people come of age at 18 or 21.
I bought some fresh eggs which had just come from the farm.
Is it true that "Thank you" sounds like "Come on" in Vietnamese?
Japanese cultured pearls have come to monopolise as much as 60% of the world pearl market.
My band will perform this week at Chuck's Bar and Grill. Please come and see us.
My friend recommended that I shouldn't buy an iPad yet, but to wait until I see what Apple's competitors come out with.
What time will the washing machine repairman come?
To her disappointment, his letter didn't come.
My bonus doesn't come close to covering all the loan payments I have to make.
Scientists will come up with new methods of increasing the world's food supply.
They asked me what my name was, where I came from, and why I had come.
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The radio warned us of the coming earthquake and we started gathering our things.
I had not been waiting long before I heard footsteps coming upstairs.
I love looking at everyone's colorful kimonos on Coming of Age Day.
I can't work at all with all these useless calls coming in.
He's coming back from America a week from today.
Instead of coming directly home, I took the long way and stopped by the post office.
Tom could hardly believe his ears when he heard that Mary was coming back home to stay.
Tom loves coming here since he thinks this place serves the only fast food worth eating.
It was bad enough that he usually came to work late, but coming in drunk was the last straw, and I'm going to have to let him go.
Now you've mentioned it, I remember coming here with my parents when I was a child.
Large catches of squid are a sign of a coming earthquake.
I'm coming to your party and bringing you an unusual present.
Typical Japanese babies sleep with their mother after coming home from hospital.
There have been a lot of complaints in the last few days about the amount of noise coming from your apartment.
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