Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Go"

The meaning of "Go" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does go back quite far mean?
A: The archives has documents that are dated far in the past, the archives cover a quite a long time span of the past.

Go back, as going back to the past, and quite far as distant from the present time wise.
Q: What does This goes out to you. mean?
A: This is dedicated to you
Q: What does go us!!! go us!!!! mean?
A: 私ならできるよ!
Q: What does what's going on mean?
A: It can mean a few things:
1. Literally, it means "what is the thing or event that is happening right now?"
2. More casually, it is similar to "what's up" or "how's it going" when seeing a friend.
Q: What does to go get mean?
A: it means "going somewhere and get something"
For example:
Go to the supermarket to get bread and milk. (buy bread and milk)

Example sentences using "Go"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "on the go".
A: Mary has 4 kids, so between taking them to baseball practice, putting them on the bus, and helping them with their homework, she's always on the go. In fact, she's the busiest person I know.
Q: Please show me example sentences with here we go.
A: It's our turn to ride the rollercoaster, here we go! Some people say "here we go" before they do something.

You can also say "Here we go again". Here we go again, Bob wants to ask me 100 questions that I have already answered. Usually when someone says "here we go again", they are not very happy. It can be because someone is doing something again that they don't really like, or something is happening again that they don't like.
Q: Please show me example sentences with going.
A: Si, pero solo dices "will" y el verbo.
I will walk - Caminaré

Para usar going debes usar:
Pronombre - verbo ser/estar - going to- verbo
Q: Please show me example sentences with go downhill.
A: "Since Joe Bloggs left the team everything has gone downhill."

"Joe Bloggs was the brains of the organisation, without him it has all gone downhill."

"Since I was diagnosed with severe apathy, my life has gone downhill."

"Keep motivated or it will all go downhill."

"After 40, if you don't keep fit, it's all downhill."
Q: Please show me example sentences with go through.
A: To get into the program, you need to go through a long application process.

You started it, so now you need to go through with it!

She has to go through 4 years of school before she can graduate.

Synonyms of "Go" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I'm going to sleep around twelve everyday. and I sleep around twelve everyday. ?
A: You’d use the first one if you haven’t been sleeping at twelve and you want to. You’d use the second one if you have been sleeping at twelve and wanted to tell someone.
Q: What is the difference between here you go and good job! ?
A: here you go is used when give someone something.
ex) customer- can you give me two apples?
shopkeeper- here you go.

good job mean a well done.
ex) teacher- zhi peng, you got 100 in the test. good job!
Q: What is the difference between go ahead and go straight ?
A: When giving directions it means the same thing. when asking a question like "Can I have this?" and someone replies with "Go ahead" they are saying it's okay to take the object you're askinh for. "Go straight" is only used when speaking about directions.
Q: What is the difference between here you go and there you go ?
A: "Here you go" is used when you're giving someone something they asked for.

A: Dude, can I have some gum?
B: Here you go. *hands the guy a piece of gum*


"There you go" expresses confirmation or triumph. It's like saying “exactly” or “you got it”.

A: Just don't be afraid and keep your balance, honey.
B: I think I'm doing it dad! I'm riding a bike!
A: There you go! I knew you could do it!
Q: What is the difference between I'll go with her. and I'll go along with her. ?
A: Person 1: Anyone want to go with Maria to the store?

Person 2: I’ll go with her!

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Person 1: I’m worried Maria going to the store alone...

Person 2: I’ll go along with her!

Translations of "Go"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i must go
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? easy come easy go
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I ask about on the go

How often use 'on the go'
A:

He is always on the go. This means he is always busy doing something. This is the only meaning of this expression that I’m aware of.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I’m going to the office. is it natural?
A: "I'm going to the office" is fine, as in you're currently on your way there, or somewhere you're about to go
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How's it going?
A: >> How's it going?

Other questions about "Go"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce no, go, only, over.
A: Here’s my pronunciation
Q: •How’s it going?
•How’s you going? Does this sound natural?
A: "How's it going" is natural. It's very common to say.

"How's you going" is not natural. It does not make sense.
Only way to include you is to say
"How are you"
Q: Please show me how to pronounce how's it going?.
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Q: He went... Does this sound natural?
A: You can try over exaggerating a bit at first. Stretch your mouth a bit. It might help. :)
Q: Please show me how to pronounce What's up? How's it going?.
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