Coming along

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Definition

(the project) is coming along: (the project) is progressing, advancing, moving forwards
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Your English is coming along! Last time that we spoke you barely knew how to say "my name is Horatio"!
-How are things coming along? -Very well: the project should be finished earlier than planned.
-How's your Gymglish coming along? -Great! I'm learning very quickly.

Do you want to come along?: Do you want to come with me? Do you want to accompany me?
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Come along!: Hurry up, let's go!
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Examples

  • "You're welcome to come along."
  • "Mind if I come along?"
  • "I'm glad you came along Donna."
  • "Are you sure you want little Brian coming along for such important negotiations?"
  • "Presenter : Every once in a while, a perfume comes along that changes the way we think about perfumes."
  • "Let me take this opportunity to thank Icarus and his mother for making the effort to come along."
  • "How is the Simmonds versus Goldberg case coming along?"
  • "I'd just like to take this opportunity to thank Icarus and his mother for making the effort to come along."
  • "The Queen : Anyway come along."
  • "How is that coming along, by the way?"

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