Phrasal Verbs with GO, Definitions and Examples

Phrasal Verbs with GO, Definitions and Examples in English;



 

Phrasal Verbs with GO in English




Go along

to continue to happen or to develop

He is under the radar but he is going along well.

 

Go around

to travel to all parts of a place

They will go around in the evening.

 

Go away

to move from or leave a person or place

We should tell them to go away.

 

Go back

to return to a person or activity or place

She will never go back.

 

Go about

to deal with something

I want to solve this problem but I don’t know how to go about it.

 

Go after

to try to get something

He is planning to go after his friend’s project.

 

Go against

to oppose or to disagree with someone or something

The people’s votes went against us.

 

Go ahead

to start or to continue to do something, especially after waiting for permission

Why don’t you go ahead and eat it?

 

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