Phrasal Verbs with “Go”
1. Go back- to return to a person, activity or place.
Example: She will never go back.
2. Go ahead- to start or continue to do something specially after waiting for permission.
Example: Why don’t you go ahead and eat?
3. Go around- to travel to all parts of a place
Example: They will go around in the evening.
4. Go through- to experience a difficult or unpleasant situation.
Example: You wouldn’t believe what I went through when I was ill.
5. Go along with- Support an idea, or agree with someone’s opinion.
Example: I will go along with this proposal of yours.
6. Go against- to oppose or to disagree with someone or something.
Example: She wouldn’t go against her parents.
7. Go on- to continue
Example: The show must go on.
8. Go for- to choose a particular thing
Example: I will go for strawberry ice cream.
9. Go away- to leave a place; to leave your home in order to spend time somewhere else, usually for a holiday.
Example: We usually go away for the summer.
Go away and leave me alone!
10. Go after- to try to catch or stop someone; try to get something others also want.
Example: The police went after him but he got away.