This page provides example sentences of the verb "Come" in all tenses including active and passive forms, as well as conditional and modal forms.
Base Form come / Past Simple came / Past Participle come / Gerund coming
I often come to this supermarket.
Present Simple Passive
Look! he is coming up the street.
Present Continuous Passive
Mary has come to this school for the past four years.
Present Perfect Passive
Present Perfect Continuous
Mary has been coming to this school for the past four years.
We came here yesterday.
Past Simple Passive
We were coming home when we got the telephone call on our cell phone.
Past Continuous Passive
We had just come home when he arrived.
Past Perfect Passive
Past Perfect Continuous
John had been coming to their house for years when he decided not to visit anymore.
Peter will come next week.
Future (will) passive
Future (going to)
Mary is going to come to the party next week.
Future (going to) passive
This time next week I will be coming home.
Many people will have come by the end of the party.
She might come tomorrow.
If he comes, we will have lunch at a good restaurant.
If I came, I wouldn't enjoy myself.
Past Unreal Conditional
If he had come, he would have resolved all the problems.
You really should come to the show.
They must have come! I'm sure I saw them.