Student or Learner
Would you be kind enough to tell me whether I am right with my interpretation of the expressions in bold in the following sentences?
1. After he was hit by the ball, Billy quit pitching and went home, but the game went on.
go on = continue, not stop
2. The teacher pointed to the map, and went on, "But the land that Columbus came to was not India.
go on = to continue after a pause; begin with the next thing.
3. As time went on, Mary began to wonder if John had forgotten their date.
4. The years went on, and Betty's classmates became gray-haired men and women.
go on = pass
5. Mr. Scott heard the noise and went to see what was going on in the hall.
6. The teacher knows what goes on when she leaves the room.
go on = to happen, take place
7. When Father told Mother she was the prettiest girl in the world. Mother just said, "Oh, go on, Charles.
go on = stop trying to fool me; I don't believe you
Thank you for your efforts.