In the name of Allah,
Hi, I heard the following utterance in some American series: "You dumped me yesterday, so you can go off gambling"an actor said. I ask about ' go off gambling", is it possible in English? If I were this actor, I would say go for gambling, or go off for gambling. Strangely, this is not what I surely heard. Thanks ahead.
Thanks again. But how and where should I learn this kind of English!
By the way, in the same episode, I heard this as well : -Are you really insist? - Yes, I'm insist. I can't imagine how I can speak like this in a native English speaking country.
Anglike, may I ask you this: is it possible to speak this non-correct colloquial English in a TOEFL test?