Come to the fore conjugation

English
24 examples
This verb can also mean the following: become, become obvious

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
come to the fore
come to the fore
comes to the fore
come to the fore
come to the fore
come to the fore
Future Simple
will come to the fore
will come to the fore
will come to the fore
will come to the fore
will come to the fore
will come to the fore
Past Simple
came to the fore
came to the fore
came to the fore
came to the fore
came to the fore
came to the fore
Conditional Simple
would come to the fore
would come to the fore
would come to the fore
would come to the fore
would come to the fore
would come to the fore
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am coming to the fore
are coming to the fore
is coming to the fore
are coming to the fore
are coming to the fore
are coming to the fore
Future Progressive
will be coming to the fore
will be coming to the fore
will be coming to the fore
will be coming to the fore
will be coming to the fore
will be coming to the fore
Past Progressive
was coming to the fore
were coming to the fore
was coming to the fore
were coming to the fore
were coming to the fore
were coming to the fore
Conditional Progressive
would be coming to the fore
would be coming to the fore
would be coming to the fore
would be coming to the fore
would be coming to the fore
would be coming to the fore
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have came to the fore
have came to the fore
has came to the fore
have came to the fore
have came to the fore
have came to the fore
Future Perfect
will have came to the fore
will have came to the fore
will have came to the fore
will have came to the fore
will have came to the fore
will have came to the fore
Past Perfect
had came to the fore
had came to the fore
had came to the fore
had came to the fore
had came to the fore
had came to the fore
Conditional Perfect
would have came to the fore
would have came to the fore
would have came to the fore
would have came to the fore
would have came to the fore
would have came to the fore
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been coming to the fore
have been coming to the fore
has been coming to the fore
have been coming to the fore
have been coming to the fore
have been coming to the fore
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been coming to the fore
will have been coming to the fore
will have been coming to the fore
will have been coming to the fore
will have been coming to the fore
will have been coming to the fore
Past Perfect Progressive
had been coming to the fore
had been coming to the fore
had been coming to the fore
had been coming to the fore
had been coming to the fore
had been coming to the fore
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been coming to the fore
would have been coming to the fore
would have been coming to the fore
would have been coming to the fore
would have been coming to the fore
would have been coming to the fore

Examples of come to the fore

Example in English
Something urgently important has come to the fore.
There's the whole complexity of millions of ideas and how these get aggregated together and the good ones come to the fore...
Try to understand, these people mould world politics but they don't notice that in the middle of Europe a little country has come to the fore.
Something urgently important has come to the fore.
There's the whole complexity of millions of ideas and how these get aggregated together and the good ones come to the fore...
Try to understand, these people mould world politics but they don't notice that in the middle of Europe a little country has come to the fore.
And now Jim Matthews comes to the fore, though he doesn't know it yet.
But there is one time when who we really are comes to the fore -- when we dream.
But you get a minority in there, and there's all this resentment from historical and personal shortcomings that comes to the fore.
If your new dominant ego comes to the fore, you'll do more.
Youth comes to the fore.
And now Jim Matthews comes to the fore, though he doesn't know it yet.
But there is one time when who we really are comes to the fore -- when we dream.
But you get a minority in there, and there's all this resentment from historical and personal shortcomings that comes to the fore.
If your new dominant ego comes to the fore, you'll do more.
Youth comes to the fore.
And then with two seconds left... "a reserve guard with nerves of steel came to the fore.
It was then that Sentain's heroism came to the fore.
The whole advent of the DJs really starting to on records that really came to the fore about the same time as dub.
That seems to be when the power and energy and so forth of youth start coming to the fore.
And then with two seconds left... "a reserve guard with nerves of steel came to the fore.
It was then that Sentain's heroism came to the fore.
The whole advent of the DJs really starting to on records that really came to the fore about the same time as dub.
That seems to be when the power and energy and so forth of youth start coming to the fore.

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