come + to (1)
The total comes to ten thousand yen.
come + to (2)
All of sudden, this idea of quitting my job came to me.
come + to (3)
When it comes to pork, I am very Jewish.
come + to (4)
That's the kind of ending we've come to expect for this kind of movies.
come + to (5)
It came to pass that they got married.
come + to (6)
He finally came to.
get + to (1)
I won't let them get to you, honey.
get + to (2)
Call me when you get to the restaurant.
get + to (3)
We'll get to that later.
keep + to (1)
John didn't keep to his promise.
keep + to (2)
Let's keep to the principles of honesty.
keep + to (3)
I got promoted, but please keep it to yourself until an official announcement is made.
keep + to (4)
Let's keep costs to a minimum.
look + to (1)
I think investors will look to the overseas market for investment opportunities.
look + to (2)
You can look to us for help.
look + to (3)
Are you looking to cut costs?
point + to (1)
These signs point to trouble.
point + to (2)
Dr. King points to the fact that the number of traffic accidents in the
area has greatly increased in the last five years.
run + to
The poem runs to over 100 lines.
see + to (1)
See to it that nobody follows you.
see + to (2)
This computer is not working properly. Have it seen to at once.
set + to
Let's set to work.
subject + to
In many areas in the world, juveniles are subjected to unfair treatment.
The fees are subject to change without prior notice.
take + to (1)
They soon took to each other.
take + to (2)
Thousands of people took to the streets to protest against the government.
take + to (3)
Lately John has taken to eating raw fish.
turn + to (1)
George, anytime you are in trouble, you can always turn to me.
turn + to (2)
Turn to page 189 for more information on various problem-solving methods.
turn + to (3)
The rain is expected to turn to snow after midnight.