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come naturally

To be a skill that one learns easily or with little effort. Playing the guitar just doesn't come naturally to me—maybe because I have no sense of rhythm. Jackie isn't a great outfielder, but pitching seems to come naturally to her.
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come naturally (to someone)

to be natural and easy for someone. Her ability to deal easily with people comes naturally to her.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

come ˈeasily, ˈnaturally, etc. to somebody

(of an activity, a skill, etc.) be easy, natural, etc. for somebody to do: Acting comes naturally to her.
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come ˈnaturally (to somebody/something)

if something comes naturally to you, you are able to do it very easily and very well: Making money came naturally to him.
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There is something crucial, and something triumphant, not beyond the power, but hitherto beyond the imagination of men in this effect, which is not solicited, not forced, not in the least romantic, but comes naturally, almost inevitably, from the make of man.
In the edge of the evening, a boat was heard coming along, and George Shelby handed Cassy aboard, with the politeness which comes naturally to every Kentuckian, and exerted himself to provide her with a good state-room.
However, I do not here propose to go fully into my own position, lest I should seem tedious, and be accused, not for the first time, of a propensity to lecture --a reproach which comes naturally enough from persons whose conceptions are never too wide to be expressed within the limits of a sixpenny telegram.
She does command, she isn't nervous; it comes naturally to her to rule and control.
Laurie comes naturally by his love of music, for he is like his mother, and I dare say his grandfather fears that he may want to be a musician.
"I was explaining to Moira, it comes naturally to Moira, it comes naturally for other people like her, but for some, it's not.
Being bland, rather cruel and incompetent comes naturally to me" Actor John Cleese
While he admits that entering show biz initially felt like a game, actor-singer Nico Nicolas, who recently appeared in the film, 'Ang Sikreto ng Piso,' says that being a performer requires a lot of hard work-and that maturity comes naturally, as a result.
It's always positive to get advice from a top player in his own right, but sometimes, when you're out on the field, it comes down to what comes naturally to you and you do what you've always known how to do in terms of finishing.
Richard Rushworth Shoot irresponsible owners, the dogs are just doing what comes naturally.
I write whatever comes naturally.Are there any forms you would like to try that you haven't?Sonnets, but I think they are very hard for me.
"Optimism comes naturally knowing we have a talented head coach in Slavisa.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Mar 12 (ANI): Since 225 million Indians speak more than one language, being bilingual comes naturally to us.
Maybe it's something that comes naturally to women.
ACTING the villain comes naturally to Jennifer Saunders as she takes on a role as the evil manager of an old people's home.