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To Go On
Updated: 6/16/2020
To Go On
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English Phrasal Verbs – To Go On

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  • TO GO ONTo continue happening or doing somethingExample: Steve thought the meeting was going on too long.
  • This meeting is going on a long time!
  • I'll go on to the theater. You go home and get the tickets.
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  • TO GO ONTo happenExample: Lou wanted to know what was going on.
  • Not much, I'm just reading my book.
  • What's going on?
  • TO GO ONTo travel somewhere before other people you are withExample: Heather went on to the theater and Lucas went home to get the tickets.
  • TO GO ONUsed in speech to encourage someone to do somethingExample: Go on, jump in the water!
  • Go on! Jump in! Don't be scared.
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