Phrasal Verbs with ‘Go’

Here are several mostly used phrasal verbs starting with the verb ‘go’.

GO BY – pass.

She was sitting and watching the people go by.

GO BACK – return.

I’m going back in two weeks.

GO OFF – no longer fresh.

The strawberries have gone off.

GO DOWN – go to a lower position.

He went down on his knees and asked her to marry him.

GO THROUGH – accept officially.

We hope the new recycling law will go through.

GO OUT – go outdoors.

We’re going out for dinner.

GO ON – continue.

Show must go on.

GO FOR – choose.

I’ll go for the cheaper seat.

GO ALONG – support or agree.

Milly has accepted and Rob will probably go along with the idea.

 

 

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