Today, we’re going to look at seven different ways that we use the phrase go for. We use go for when we talk about preferences, things we want, eating out, and more
Here are the example sentences from this episode. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or check the transcript for the details.
- I don’t really go for I prefer listening to music.
- Let’s not go to that restaurant. I don’t go for spicy food.
- It’s so cold today. I could really go for a cup of hot chocolate.
- That was a long hike. I could go for something to eat.
- We’re going for Chinese food after work. Do you want to come?
- We went to the deli for lunch the last two days. Let’s go for pizza today.
- Mark is going for the kids at 2:15 and then he’s taking them to the playground.
- Jack said he’s going to go for Do you want anything?
- There is a house in my sister’s neighborhood that’s going for almost a million bucks.
- Concert tickets go for a few hundred dollars these days.
- You’re going to buy your first house? Wow! Go for it!
- Good luck in the New York City Marathon! Go for it!
- I know that buying a house is a huge thing, but I’m gonna go for it.
- The company is looking for someone to open a branch office in Shanghai. I’m gonna go for it.
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