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My heart will go on and on
Hi, could you please analyse the structure of the phrase "go on and on" ?
Is "on and on" complementary for the verb "go" or the second "on" is independent from modifying "go" or that is the emphasizing by repeating like as "go on and go on" ?
Hope you can understand what I want to mean, if possible, please correct my grammatical mistakes in my OP.
Thank you so much !
Re: My heart will go on and on
Yes, 'on and on' is the complementary for the verb 'go.' The second on isn't independent. It is like saying "read it again and again."
Originally Posted by crazYgeeK
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