Can I use these both? (Something extraordinary just happened) Even in my dreams, this couldn't happen. Even in my dreams, this couldn't come ture.
Feb 27, 2017 1:02 PM
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It's not something I can imagine I would say myself, but both seem all right to me. It's always a little difficult to be 100 percent sure without a specific context, though. Just remember that it's "come true", not "come ture". UPDATE: I want to add that “come true” means “to happen in a way that is hoped for, dreamed of or predicted.” So if you didn’t hope for/dream/predict that something would happen, then it makes no sense to use “come true”.
February 27, 2017
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