COME ON!: meaning and examples
Today we will look at another very common spoken expression with the verb come.
Today's expression is: Come on! (informal, spoken)
It is used: to tell someone to hurry or to try harder.
Come on David! Finish your breakfast and brush your teeth; I don't want you to be late for school.
David: I don't think I'll ever get a job.
Olga: Come on! Don't give up so easily. I know you will get a job if you keep looking.
This expression would be the equivalent of ¡venga! in Spanish.
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