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Consider the following sentence:



"John, your character is in the making and a great part of your future depends on how you control yourself now. Make your mind control and think before you act and I am sure that you will COME ALONG."


Is 'come along' a commonly used expression in a context like this?


And what does it really mean? Is it that 'you will do well in life'?

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In this usage, "come along" means to improve. It is common.

Make your mind control and think before you act and I am sure that you will COME ALONG." This is not well written.

Control your mind and think before you act. I'm sure that if you do that, you will come along fine.