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Today we’ll learn about the word go. This word means to “walk or move somewhere”, but there are some other useful meanings of go you want to know

Here is a story about a young journalist whose name is Tina


Tina was going through a difficult time at work

She has been going without a holiday for three years and now felt completely worn out

She went on writing articles about fashion until her style became dull and boring

How could she write something outstanding so that readers go for her articles over all the others?

Tina went through some books looking for inspiration and came up with an idea to write about… a holiday!


Ok, now let me explain what the word go means in these phrases

The first phrase: “Tina was going through a difficult time” means “Tina was experiencing an unpleasant situation”

“She has been going without a holiday for three years” means “She didn’t have a holiday for three years”

The next phrase “She went on writing articles” means “she continued writing articles”

“Readers go for her articles” means “readers choose her articles”

And finally “Tina went through some books” means “Tina examined some books carefully”


Now look at the pictures again and answer my questions:

What did Tina feel worn out?

What was she doing?

What did she want her readers to do?

How did Tina look for inspiration?


Let’s see how the word go will work in similar situations

They are going through a tough period of their marriage

It’s hard to go without any heating in the house in winter

He went for a job as a delivery driver

Dogs often go on asking for food even after being fed


Try to practice the word go in such situations and you’ll see how useful it is!



Your tutor is Alisher, a Cambridge CELTA graduate with over 5 years of international EFL teaching experience. He’s designing these programs to suite various levels from Elementary to
Intermediate. Watch this video a few times, repeating model phrases and answering questions, then find similar situations around to practice until a new episode of "One Word English" comes out.
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