Either, depending on the usage. Both of the following are correct:
Who came to the party?
If you didn't come, then who did come?
N0. Came is the past tense of to come. It is a verb. eg He was supposed to come today but he cameyesterday instead.
it came from french
Come is the first and second person present tense of the verb to come. Comes is the third person singular present tense of the verb to come.Examples would be:I come to give you warning.You come and go when you like.He comes to carry you away.We come to sing Caesar's praises.They come to have a good time.
this word came from spanish
It came from French :)
The correct grammar is 'did not come.' Came is the indicative past tense..come
As in "I came?" "Veni."As in "to come?" "Venire."As in "to have come?" "Venisse."
The answer is it came.
"Did he come today ?" is correct
Came is the simple past tense of 'come' whilst come is the past participle.
Had come is correct.
The correct form is When did I come? (I did come when).
It has come is correct.
Come is the conjugation for the future and present tenses, as in "In the future, I will come" or "Come here, right now." Came is the past tense, as in "Ten years ago, he came here."
Came is the past tense of come.Future tenses for come are:will come -- I will come and see you tomorrowam/is/are going to come -- She is going to come home next week.am/is/are/ coming -- I am coming home soon.
'Came' is the past tense of the verb 'come'. The past participle is also 'come'. 'I have come to the end of my speech.'