Well, for today’s English lesson let’s take a look at some conversational idioms that use the verb GO. Learning idioms is a great way to make your English sound a more colorful and more natural. Are you ready? Let’s check them out!
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- You wanna go halves on a pizza?
- That was a great meal. Why don’t we go halves on the check?
- That’s an expensive bottle of wine. Let’s go halves on it.
- You might get in trouble with your boss if you try to go out with your coworker.
- Jack only went out with Jenny a few times before they broke up.
- You’re not going to be able to date that girl because she’s already going out with someone.
- Pete said that he was going nowhere fast with his relationship with Kim.
- I have spent a lot of time trying to assemble this desk from IKEA but I’m going nowhere fast.
- I think you need to help Jack with his report. It seems like he’s going nowhere fast.
- Tommy said that everything is going according to plan with his new business idea.<
- If everything goes according to plan, we should be in Boston by noon.
- The workshop was a big success and everything went according to plan.
- Pete said that he went broke on his last date with Kim.
- The last time I went to Las Vegas I went broke playing the slot machines.
- Mike went broke trying to fix up his old boat.
- Pete went overboard on his first date with Kim by taking her to a very expensive restaurant after the musical.
- That was a nice birthday party, but I think they went overboard for a two-year-old. They didn’t need a petting zoo and a magician.
- My Aunt always goes overboard when she has a dinner party for a holiday.
- I was late for the meeting, but thankfully my boss went easy on me.
- The teacher is not so strict, so she went easy on me when I forgot to bring my homework in.
- Hey! Go easy on me. I’m running as fast as I can.
- The boss had a go at me when I came late to the meeting.
- You had better not drink too much tonight at the bar. You don’t want your wife to have a go at you, right?
- Are you having trouble with that key? Let me have a go at it.
- I don’t know if I can calculate my own taxes but I’m going to have a go at it.
- Let’s go get a pizza. This means let’s go somewhere and get a pizza.
- I need some help me with my computer. I have to go find Tommy. I’m sure he can help.
- I need to go buy some wine for the party, so I’ll be back in little while.
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