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

The meaning of "Go" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "going in" in 389 mean?
A: In this case, going in means entering some sort of a situation—it has a little bit of a militaristic feel to it. They knew that whatever happened was a possibility of entering the situation, and so it seems they prepared for it.
Q: What does How's it going mean?
A: It's the same as "How are you?" ☺
Q: What does on the go mean?
A: It means that you are very busy. It implies movement.

She is always on the go.

She is always going somewhere or doing something.
Q: What does there you go mean?
A: there you go is a very common expression, but it's not the same as here you go

here you go means, I'm giving you this thing right now
Q: What does goes mean?
A: The verb "go" is for I, you, we and they. You used "goes" for she, he and it; and it means "ir"

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 go for it and way to go and they means "fighting" ?
A: go for it means do your best. way to go means good job, you did your best. In Korea they do use " fighting" as a word of encouragment.
Q: What is the difference between I may just go and see it. and I might go and see it. ?
A: may ( higher possibility) might ( lower possibility) to go and see movie
Q: What is the difference between go on and go away ?
A: Go on

To continue happening or doing something as before

Example
1.The meeting went on a lot longer than I expected.We can’t go on like this any more. Things have got to change.

2.She can’t go on pretending that everything is fine when it clearly isn’t.
Q: What is the difference between went and gone ?
A: "I went to the store" "I went out last Thursday" "I went to baseball practice"
"went" is used as something that has already happened. it is more commonly used than "gone"

"I have gone out for a walk" "She left me, and now she's gone" "You don't know what you have until it's gone", usually gone is used in a more final term. Commonly used it means that what is "gone" isn't coming back, but it doesn't have to mean that "I've gone out for a walk" doesn't mean I'm not coming back. but usually people use "gone" as more of a final statement. "where's lisa?" "she's gone, she left" it means Lisa isn't coming back.
Q: What is the difference between go on and go ahead ?
A: In a conversation while they are speaking, if you say Go On it means you want them to continue what they were saying.

You can't say Go ahead to mean continue but you can use it to mean begin.

ex) If they say they have news, you can say Go ahead, tell me.

if they are in the middle of telling their news you can say Go On, what happened next for example

Translations of "Go"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? How's go on
A: How's it going?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)?
go ahead
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I going to work
A: I'm going to work
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm go to sleep now
A: "I'm going to sleep now"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How's it going
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Other questions about "Go"

Q: If i go to Texas, Can you meet with me? does this sound natural?
A: Natural, but please fix capitalization if you're putting it in writing.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce only, over, no, go, ago.
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Q: I won't go to there. does this sound natural?
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Q: You can go wherever you want to go. does this sound natural?
A: But you can only said.
You can go wherever you want.
That’s enough.
Q: Wherever you go,you will be caught. does this sound natural?
A: “No matter where you go, you’ll be found/caught.” is also another option.

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