ON THE GO – An American Idiom Lesson

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ON THE GO
What does the idiom, to be on the go mean?
When you areon the go, it means that you are very busy and have a lot of tasks to do but no a lot of free time between those tasks. When you are on the go, you don’t have much free time because you have many places to go and many things to do.

  • I have been on the go all week. I am really looking forward to the weekend.
  • Kate is a busy sales person so she is always on the go.
  • It’s important to remember to eat healthy when you are on the go.
  • How about you? Have you or someone you know been on the go recently?

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