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phrasal verbs Go
He went ahead and found a path through the forest
lead the way
Is there enough coffee to go around, or shall I make some more?
Go away and leave me alone
Are you going away this year?
take a vacation
Go back! It's dangerous to keep on. I'm never going back to that place again. It was awful.
Go back on
Don't trust him. He always goes back on his word.
Fail to keep (a promise, your word)
Many years have gone by since I first saw the Statue of Liberty
The sea was so rough that the ship went down almost immediately
In the summer you can sometimes see the moon come up as the sun goes down
She was very ill and her weight went down dramatically
Go down with
There was an epidemic of measles in the children's ward and most of them went down with it.
Go in for
He's very bright, and goes in for all the competitions
Go in for
Mrs. Brown goes in for cooking special slimming food.
be interested in
Somebody stole the money. If nobody owns up, the theft will have to be gone into.
The bomb went off in the nurses' home.
The party went off very well. Everyone enjoyed themselves.
be a success
That meat smells terrible, it must have gone off
I'll go on and see if I can get tickets for the concert.
He finished his speech and then went on to answer some questions.
What's going on here?
Go on with
You must go on with the sunray treatment; it's doing you good
What time are you going out tonight?
leave the house
The tide goes out at ten o'clock today and won't come in again until four o'clock
Nobody wears miniskirts now that they've gone out of fashion
become old fashioned
The candle went out in the draft from the door.
He went over the lesson again to make sure of his facts
You can't imagine what I had to go through when I had my second operation.
We'll go through the questions again and you can see where you went wrong.
Prices are going up rapidly this year
The whole building went up in flames.
There was a property boom and new buildings went up overnight.