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    • Join Date: Jan 2007
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    going along

    We were going along at about 50 miles an hour.

    Could you tell me what "along" means in this sentence?


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    Re: going along

    It is not necessary to the meaning of the sentence and could be left out.

    It means, in this context (to quote the below link): moving forward.

    Cambridge Dictionaries Online - Cambridge University Press

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