From The Get-Go
From the get-go means from the very beginning. We usually use from the get-go when we talk about something that we enjoy doing or someone that we like.
- Jenny is a nice person. I liked her from the get-go.
- I’ve enjoyed teaching English from the get-go!
- I’ve been a fan of the Beatles from the get-go.
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