What do these mean?
Sentence (3) is grammatical if it is used to express two separate events, but if used to express a single event then it's ungrammatical in terms of the semantics of English.
1. It's ungrammatical in terms of the semantics of English.
2. It's ungrammatical in terms of semantics of English. (If this is incorrect, why?)
Well, I believe "go look" has the structure main verb + bare infinitive, wherein 'look' functions as a noun, as the object of 'go'.
Originally Posted by jiang
Let's go DO (infinitive; object of 'go'; noun)
EX: Let's go shop (object)
EX: Let's go look. (object)
Let's go DOING (present participle; object of 'go'; gerund)
Let's go shopping (object)
Thank you very much for your explanation. Now I see.
Have a nice weekend.
Originally Posted by Casiopea
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