GO OFF – English Idiom Lesson

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GO OFF

Go off means to ring. When an alarm or bell goes off, it begins to ring.

  • My alarm clock goes off every morning at 6 o’clock.
  • THe smoke alarm goes off whenever I cook fish.

What time does your alarm clock go off?

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