You go ahead.
Let's say that you were about to leave your house with someone, something urgent came up and you had to stay behind to take care of it first, but you wanted this person to go ahead alone without you.....
Is "You go ahead (without me)." okay to use? Or any better expressions?
Thank you very much.
Re: You go ahead.
You go ahead, I'll join you later.
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