726 – Things You Can Go

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I am gonna go to the store in order to buy milk. I am gonna go to the store to buy milk. I am gonna go to the store and buy milk. I am gonna go and buy milk. I’m gonna go buy milk.

Go is a pretty basic verb in English, and I guess because it’s so basic, there are a lot of different phrases with go and different ways to use go. Today let’s look at some of the common ones.

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