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come on

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"Come on" is an English phrasal verb or interjection. As a verb, it's used to persuade or urge someone to do something. For example, "Come on, we're going to be late." As an interjection, it can express disbelief or impatience, like "Come on! You can't be serious." Its usage varies depending on context and tone.
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"Come on, let's grab a coffee and enjoy the beautiful afternoon."
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come

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"Come" is an irregular English verb, originating from the Old English word "cuman." It's used to describe movement toward the speaker or to the place where the speaker is. In a broader context, it can denote occurrence, appearance, or existence. Its past tense is "came" and past participle is "come."
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on

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"On" is a preposition in English used to indicate position, location, or state usually in relation to something else. It can also refer to the state of being active or functioning. An example is "The book is on the table.", where "on" shows the relationship between the book and the table.
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"On a sunny day, we often go for a picnic in the park."
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