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    What does it mean of "have-a-go" which was printed on the pages in a Spelling Journal for a Primary 2 student carrying home?

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    Default Re: have-a-go

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju View Post
    What does it mean of "have-a-go" which was printed on the pages in a Spelling Journal for a Primary 2 student carrying home?

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    I don't know why it is hyphenated.

    "Have a go" means to make an attempt, give it a try, take a turn at something.

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