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come along

part of speech: phrase
definition 1: to join others in going somewhere.
He was planning to go to the park by himself, but his little brother wanted to come along.We're going to the museum this weekend. Why don't you come along with us?
definition 2: to progress toward a goal.
They had trouble at first, but the work is coming along fine now.The boss came in to see how we were coming along.
definition 3: to appear in front of one.
We needed directions quickly, so we asked the first person that came along.He swore he would never marry, but when she came along, he changed his mind.
definition 4: to hurry up; start moving.
Come along now! We can't stand here all day.