112 – Using TO After GO – English Preposition Lesson

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Sometimes the preposition to is used after verbs like go, come, walk, etc.(ex: go to the park) and sometimes it’s not (ex: go home). For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at when we need to use to after go and when we don’t in English conversation and writing.

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  1. Hello Sir,as u told that we don’t use TO after motion verbs like skiing…but i have heard sentences like ‘i am going to market’ i want to know if this sentence is correct or not in using the preposition TO.

  2. Thanks Michael .It was a clear explanation and very useful .
    Paul was planning of going fishing this weekend and invites Michael to join him , but he had to work, so he won’t do that.

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