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Thread: Get Going

    • Join Date: Mar 2005
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    Get Going

    Dear Teachers,

    A. I have to get going.
    - Does this mean "I gotta go", right? and is this common?

    B. She's gone away too far.
    - Does this mean "She's had excessive behaviors"?

    Thanks a million


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    Re: Get Going

    I have to get going means I must go now or I'll be late
    also 'I must be going'

    She's gone too far or way too far- (not away too far). This means she has overstepped the boundaries of what is acceptable.

    You might say she's gone too far away (which means she has moved a long way away and is now out of touch)


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