English expressions GO
In this lesson you will learn some of the English expressions with the verb GO (English expressions GO).
English has many idiomatic expressions and the best way to learn them is by heart. In other words, you need to memorise them.
I know it sounds difficult but the only way to improve your level and speak perfect English is to use and understand this type of expression.
When you listen to people speaking in countries like Australia, the UK, the USA and Canada, you will hear these expressions all the time.
Some of the English expressions (GO) in the lesson are:
Go in on – Jane wanted to know if I would go in on Sam’s birthday present with her.
Go on – He went on, and on, and on. I thought his speech was never going to end.
Go for – Where is Jimmy? Has he gone for the pizzas?
Go over – Make sure you go over the conditions of the contract before you sign.
Go with – I’d change your shoes if I were you. They don’t go with your suit.
To go out – Some people love to go to the beach and watch the tide go out.
To go without – As children we had to go without many things because my parents couldn’t afford to buy them.
Go down with – Not a winter goes by that I don’t go down with the flu or a bad cold.
To go off – Don’t eat those eggs. I think they have gone off. I bought them over a month ago.
If you still can’t understand what the expressions mean, watch the video for a better explanation.
Remember that with English, practice makes perfect. The more you use the language, the better you will become.
Try to use these expressions as often as you can to become familiar with them
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