- The whole family came down with food poisoning.
- I must apologize for writing so late, but my sister came down with flu and I had to visit her.
- That comes to £50, please.
- [If] a bill c[ame] to £1000, you would be shocked and regret what you had done.
- I was sad when the evening came to an end.
- I came to the conclusion that the relationship wasn't working.
- That was when the Labour party came to power.
- That's why I came to the conclusion that the motorb[i]ke, together with anti-smog equipment, is the [only way] to get to work, unless you want [to] spend hours in a traffic jam.
- A young girl came up to me and asked for money.
- A tall slim Soc came up and said:- "I will, Daryl old bud." It was James, Daryl's old school friend.