Phrasal Verbs with "Go"
go after = 1. to try to catch someone: The police have gone after the thieves.
2. to try to get something: He’s gone after a job in Paris.
go about = to set about to do; undertake: Go about your chores in a responsible way.
go ahead = to give permission to proceed: Go ahead and take an early lunch.
go along with = 1. to go with someone to a place: I’ve decided to go along with the others to the cinema.
2. to agree with someone or support something: We went along with all her suggestions.…
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