How to use the verb ‘to go’

To go

home,
downtown,
abroad,
North,
South,
straight on,
left,
right,
crazy,
up,
upstairs,
down,
downstairs,
shopping,
running,
skiing,
dancing,
fishing,
swimming.

To go to

work,
college,
school,
university,
prison,
jail,
London,
England,
Europe,
America,
Mars,
dinner,
bed.

To go on

holiday,
record,
a trip,
a cruise,
a safari,
a ride,
a binge,
a rampage,
a hunch,
an adventure,
a bus,
the train,
and on,
fighting,
to say.

To go to the

park,
cinema,
theatre,
museum,
library,
bank,
supermarket,
airport,
pub,
zoo,
lake,
beach,
mountains,
specialist,
doctor’s
dentist’s
Moon.

To go to a

party,
concert,
gig,
fair,
show,
shop,
conference,
meeting.

To go for a

a run,
a walk,
a jog,
a hike
a swim,
a drive,
a ride,
a nap,
a rest,
a meal,
a coffee,
a drink.


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