I've noticed that in English the verb "come" at times seems to have a function of an aspect of the verb that follows it, but I am not sure.
"but later he came to fund the effort from his own coffers"
What is the difference here from:
"but later he funded the effort from his own coffers"
"Although their output has come to include vault items and remixed mash-ups, the Beatles' "core catalogue", recorded between 1962 and 1970, comprises 213 songs."
What's the difference here from:
"Although their output includes vault items and remixed mash-ups..."