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    What is the noun of go?

    Plz can anyone tell me the noun of go

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    Re: What is the noun of go?

    If we need a noun, we use the -ing form of the verb.

    His going upset me.
    I was amazed at all this coming and going.

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    Re: What is the noun of go?

    Quote Originally Posted by sangini.mitr View Post
    Plz can anyone tell me the noun of go
    Welcome to the forums sangini.mitr. I'm not sure exactly what it is you are looking for but "go" can be a noun colloquially, one can "have a go" for example, where "a go" means "an attempt".
    Last edited by bhaisahab; 23-Nov-2010 at 11:02.

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