come on! = do it! (we encourage somebody to do something)
- Come on! Call him! I know he will be very happy if you do.
- Come on! Help him! He is your brother.
- Come on! Stop crying! It wasn 't that terrible!
- Come on! Hurry up!
- Come on! Tell us the truth!
- You can do it now! Come on!
- Quickly! Come on! The train is about to leave.
- I wasn 't feeling well but I got up to answer the phone.
- Get up! Help me carry this. It 's too heavy.
- We all got up when grandfather entered the room.
- When the Judge comes into the Courthouse, everyone gets up out of respect.
- Please, don 't get up. I can find what I want myself. I don 't need any help.
- While I was running to answer the phone, I tripped over a book and fell flat on the floor.
- Don' t run in the house, you kids. You' re always tripping over and crying.
- She tripped over and sprained her ankle.
- Grandpa tripped over and broke his leg.
- Pick up the magazines off the floor. Someone might trip over.