go to – go on – go for – go + Ving
go to … (go to work / go to London / go to a concert etc.)
Go to sentences & examples
- I’m going to China next week.
- Sue went to Mexico last year.
- I went to the dentist yesterday.
- Where’s Tom?’ ‘He’s gone to bed.
- Let’s go to the cinema this evening.
- What time do you usually go to work?
- Sophie didn’t want to go to the concert.
- I was very tired and went to sleep quickly.
- I’m tired because I went to bed very late last night.
- I was very tired last night. I sat down in an armchair and went to sleep.
- After leaving school, Tina went to university where she studied psychology.
Go on holiday, Go on a trip, Go on a tour, Go on a cruise, Go on strike.
Go on sentences & examples
- Children often go on school trips.
- I’m going on holiday next week.
- We’re going on holiday next week.
- I wouldn’t like to go on holiday alone.
- One day I’d like to go on a world tour.
- Workers at the airport have gone on strike.
- Mark is going on holiday to Italy next week.
- The taxi drivers went on strike when I was in New York.
- Would you like to go on a tour of the city?
- I’m not ready to go yet. You go on and I’ll catch up with you.
- Emma’s away on business at the moment.
- I’ve put on a lot of weight. I’ll have to go on a diet.
- There are no trains today. The drivers are on strike.
- My parents are going on a cruise this summer.
- Catherine doesn’t want to retire. She wants to go on working.
- We need to change. We can’t go on living like this.
- The shops will be very busy tomorrow. Let’s go on Monday.
- We can’t go on spending money like this. We’ll have nothing left soon.
- A: Are you going on holiday soon?
B: B: Yes, next month. We’re going to Portugal. We’ve never been there before.
Go for a walk, go for a run, go for a swim, go for a drink, Go for a meal.
Go for sentences & examples
- Emma has gone for a walk.
- Do you go for a run every morning?
- Steve has gone to France for a holiday.
- I’d go for a walk if it weren’t so cold.
- The water looks nice. Let’s go for a swim.
- Shall we go out for dinner this evening?
- The water looks nice. I’m going for a swim.
- I met Chris in town, so we went for coffee.
- I’m going for out a walk. Do you want to come?
- I suggest we go for a walk in the country tomorrow.
- Shall we go out for a meal? I know a good restaurant.
- Before you buy a new car, you should go for a test drive.
- The weather is nice. Shall we go for a walk along the river?
- We wanted to go for a picnic, so first we got everything ready.
- If the weather isn’t bad at the weekend, we’ll go for a walk.
- The weather was warm, and the river was clean, so we went for a swim.
Go + Ving
We use go + Ving for many sports (swimming / skiing etc.) and also shopping.
Go + Ving sentences & examples
- Dan goes swimming every day.
- Last Saturday Emily went fishing.
- Jack goes jogging every morning.
- It’s a nice day. Let’s go swimming.
- Sarah went jogging after work yesterday.
- Richard has a boat. He often goes sailing.
- Are you going shopping this afternoon?
- Robert has got a horse. He goes riding a lot.
- I went jogging before breakfast this morning.
- Peter is going out later. He has to go shopping.
- I’m going shopping now. I have to buy a few things.
- Richard has a small boat, and he often goes sailing.
- Jessica is going on holiday next month. She is going skiing.
- We live near the mountains. In winter we go skiing most weekends.
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