Phrasal Verb: Go on

Phrasal Verb: Go on


Meaning: Continue

Example: He WENT ON and ON talking and I was so bored.

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Phrasal Verb: Go on


Meaning: Happen

Example: There are loads of people out in the street; what's GOING ON?

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Meaning: Start doing or taking something

Example: She WENT ON the pill when she met him.

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Phrasal Verb: Go on


Meaning: Be guided

Example: The investigators have no clues to GO ON.

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Meaning: Be nearly a certain period of time

Example: It's GOING ON ten years since we met.

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Meaning: Progress

Example: They asked me how the project was GOING ON.

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Meaning: Spend money

Example: Most of my salary GOES ON my mortgage repayments.

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Phrasal Verb: Go on


Meaning: Start working (electric/electronic equipment)

Example: The alarm GOES ON when you close the front door.

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