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    help me.. what's the difference between "go to.. go on.. go for"

    please help me.. I need some explaination about the difference between GO TO, GO ON and GO FOR..

    please.. i would reaaly appreciate it

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    Re: help me.. what's the difference between "go to.. go on.. go for"

    Quote Originally Posted by deneyanne View Post
    please help me.. I need some explaination about the difference between GO TO, GO ON and GO FOR..
    please.. i would reaaly appreciate it

    Hi Deneyanne

    to go to : I usually go to school by bus. [ prep. "to" shows direction here]

    to go on = to continue
    e.g.
    I advised him to go on studying hard if he wants to pass the exam.

    to go for: it is used in the sense of go ahead
    e.g.When Jack said that he`d like to change carrers, his friends told him to go for it.


    I hope it helps,

    Regards,

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