go off- to make a loud noise or to explode. My alarm clock went off at 7:00 a.m.
go over- to review. You should go over your homework before you give it to the teacher. Make sure there are no mistakes.
go on- to happen. What is going on in China right now?
go with- to match, to be similar to. My shirt and pants are both blue. They go with each other.
go out- (1) to stop working (machines or electrical things). The electricity went out last night. I couldn't see anything.
go out- (2) to be a part of a social activity. Every weekend I go out with my friends.
go along with- to agree with or follow. Tommy usually goes along with what I say. He trusts me.
go by- to pass. Three hours went by. Or I will go by that old house.
Check Your UnderstandingChoose the correct answer. Check your answers below each sentence.
1. Lots of activities in the city at night.
2. If you want to get to the supermarket, the old school and turn right.
3. Marty is a very good boy. He doesn't the bad kids at school. He doesn't like what they do.
4. The bomb will if you push the button.
5. One sock is red and the other is blue. They don't each other.
6. John likes to with his girlfriend on Saturday nights.
7. Before we make a presentation, we need to this business plan to make sure everything is okay.
8. I hope my hair dryer doesn't . It sounds bad but I really need to use it.