- 1 Post By sarat_106
pass by/go by
Are both equally correct: These five days passed by/went by in a flash.
Maybe it's better to use "have passed/gone"?
Re: pass by/go by
"Pass by" is not a phrasal verb, so it is better to say:
Originally Posted by GUEST2008
These five days have passed in a flash.
Ofcourse you can say;These five days went by in a flash.
As because "go by" is a phrasal verb meaning: to move past, in space or time(five days): Hardly a day goes by when I don't think about her
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