=general order 通令
We’ ll go for a walk if you feel like it.你愿意的话,咱们就去散散步。
I must be going.我该走了。
A few days later, things started to go wrong.几天后,事情开始变糟。
Everything went very smoothly.一切进展顺利。
The boat rolled gently with the come and go of small waves.小船随着细浪来回轻轻荡漾。
Let’s have a go at it.让我们来试试。
She’s always so full of go.她总是充满精力。
There is too much in the British Museum for us to take in at one go.大英博物馆有那么多的知识,我们去一次是学不完的。
It’s too late,I must go.
He went early.
We had less than three miles to go.
The train is going north.
The train goes in 15 minutes.
We go thus far today.
Everything went pretty smoothly.
There are still two years to go.
The engine went beautifully.
Where does this road go to?
I want a rope long enough to go from here to there.
The roots of this plant go deep.
My fever has gone, but I have a cough.
War must go.
He got up in the morning and found that all the snow had gone.
Where is my pen?It’s gone.
The old settee will have to go.
He’s incompetent, he’ll have to go.
I don’t know where the money goes!
The new dictionary is going well.
The antique table went to the lady in the pink hat.
This key won’t go in the lock.
The ladder went at the critical moment.
After George went, she moved into a smaller house.
I’m afraid he has gone.
Vacation goes quickly.
The time went quickly.
The story goes that he was murdered.
This is how the song goes.
Let’s go to see him at once.
Let’s go to watch the game right now.
Did you go and see her the day before yesterday?
Don’t go and make a fool of yourself.
Don’t go and gloat over another’s misfortune.
Don’t go and foul your own nest.
Go have a glass of beer!
It’s time to go sleep.
They will go live in the suburbs.
S+be going to
We’re going to turn more land into paddy field.
He had been going to take her to a lecture that night, but he had a headache.
It is going to snow tomorrow.
It was going to be some time before they would see each other again.
But I’m not going to argue with you tonight.
They were not going to hold the sports meeting as scheduled.
We are going to have a meeting tomorrow and discuss what to do next.
我们明天要开个会讨论下一步干什么。 Are you going to review your lesson?今天下午你打算复习功课吗？
The wind went down toward sunset. It’s going to be fine tomorrow.
Ducks go “quack”.
The mirror went “crack”, and fell off the wall.
When the alarm goes, he has to leave for his work.
The clock just went eleven.
In the old days, my father worked hard but always went hungry.
The woman had gone mad.
The milk went sour.
He’s gone blind.
My hair is going grey.
Her face went white with fear.
The telephone has gone dead.
Something has gone wrong with my electric light.
The field near the reservoir can hardly go short of water.
The men of this tribe used to go naked.
All my letters went unanswered.
My absence had gone unnoticed.
You’d better go armed while in the jungle.
The thieves must not go unpunished.
S+～+ v -ing
He often goes marketing.
He goes tutoring now.
She went sight-seeing.
Won’t you come and go skating with me?
We’ll go dancing this afternoon.
Let’s go boating this afternoon.
His father liked to go collecting birds’ eggs.
These TV sets are going begging.
It’s my go to throw the ball.
Whose go is it next?
You’ll be given a go next time.
Mr. Wang is 75 but he still has plenty of go in him.
The youth has plenty of go in him.
The children are full of go.They run and play all day.
She’s got plenty of go, and is sure to do well in her job.
It’s all go with these tycoons.
The music had no go.
He’s had a bad go of flu.
He passed his driving test at the first go.
It’s sure to be a go.
Here is a pretty go!
It’s no go.
I’m sure you’ll have your go.
用作动词(v.)go about1 (v.+adv.)改变方向 change direction
go about2 (v.+prep.)处理,从事,做,忙于 perform or undertake or be occupied with
go about sth
How shall we go about it?
We went about it wrong.
He had to leave me to go about his duties.
He went about the job half-heartedly.
Then we went about our respective tasks.
All that afternoon he went about his work fretfully.
He is going about his work in earnest.
The way with which you’ll go about the task really matters.
go about with (v.+adv.+prep.)同…到处走动,同…到处溜 move about with
go across (v.+prep.)穿过,横过 cross
go across sth
He is going across the field.
go after (v.+prep.)追逐,追求 try to get or obtain or chase or pursue
go after sb/sth
Go after him!He is running away.
Half the guards went after the escaped prisoners, but they went away.
The dogs went after the wounded deer.
Why don’t you go after her?
His father lost his job again, and he will have to go after another one.
Jim decided to go after the big prize.
go against (v.+prep.)对…不利 have an adverse effect on
go all out全力以赴 make one’s utmost effort
go along (v.+adv.)走开,去你的 go away from
〔说明〕 go along通常不用于进行体。
We’ll learn as we go along.
I check the spelling as I go along.
You’ll find the work easier as you go along .
How is your work on that novel going along ?
go along for the ride
I don’t really want to go to the grocery store but I’ll go along for the ride.
go along with sb/sth
I went along with him.
I’ll like you to go along with me.
Would you like me to go along with you?
A splendid bookcase goes along with the complete encyclopaedia if you pay cash.
go along with sb/sth
We’ll go along with you.
I can’t go along with that fellow.
I can’t go along with you on this matter.
The director prefers going along with the majority.
More and more people go along with the idea that pollution should be settled seriously.
We’ll go along with your suggestion.
go along with you
Go along with you! What you say is all nonsense!
go around〔round〕 (v.+adv.)足够分配 be enough to distribute
Keep quiet while you’re going around.
I went around to see him yesterday evening.
Let’s go around to his office and have a talk to him.
The water wheel goes around and around.
But the truth is that it is energy that makes the world go around.
I’m better now, but my head keeps going round.
go around v-ing
Don’t go around telling lies like that.
Don’t go around making up stories about being saved by someone who doesn’t exist.
Johnson is going around looking for a job.
They have been going around for three years now.
John and Mary have been going round for two years now, but they still haven’t decided whether to marry or not.
There are a lot of colds going around.
Chicken pox is going around here.
An amusing story is going around these days.
A rumour is going round that you are leaving.
Rumors went around that there was a ghost in the house, so no one dared to go there.
Word went round that something important was to happen.
There were enough people to go around .
We don’t have enough chairs to go around.
I fear the apples wouldn’t go round.
Only a few guests came, so there were more than enough sandwiches to go around .
go at (v.+prep.)大干 do sth with all one’s strength
go away (v.+adv.)私奔 leave secretly
go back (v.+adv.)背叛 betray
Once his decision is made, there will be no going back.
go back to sth
When are you going back to work?
Only when the war was over in 1918 was he able to go happily back to work.
When they returned to Naples they went back to their regular dock jobs there.
Species do not usually go back to earlier forms.
Let us go back to the subject we were discussing.
To go back to the point you have just mentioned is worthless.
If you go back to the moral standard which existed 20 years ago, you may find something that you’ve missed so much.
We can go back to the time of Industrial Revolution if we trace the history of mass production.
The friendly contacts between our two peoples can go back to the Tang Dynasty.
go back to sth
The garden goes back to that wall.
The campus goes back to that river.
Our land goes all the way back to the field over there.
That road goes back to the city centre.
go back on sb/sth
You can’t go back on me now!
They have sometimes gone back on their friends.
Once you have promised me, you must not go back on me.
He’s not the kind of man who would go back on his words.
Don’t go back on your words.
go before (v.+prep.)时间上居先 happen in an earlier time
go before sth
The conference was similar to any that had gone before.I don’t want to come again.
It is the same question that has gone before.What’s the use of talking about it again ?
go below (v.+prep.)到…以下 be below sth
go below sth
Here the temperature never goes below zero centigrade.
go beyond (v.+prep.)超出,超载 exceed
go beyond sb/sth
He was not allowed to go beyond the limits of the city.
You have gone beyond your power.
Your teasing of the new typist has gone beyond a joke and I advise you to stop it.
The results have gone beyond our hopes.
In all these economic theories he went beyond the other radicals.
go by1 (v.+adv.)顺便走访 drop in
go by2 (v.+prep.)判断 give a judgement
go down (v.+adv.)合意; 称心; 顺手 be satisfied
Go down and see who is at the door, please.
He went down on his knees and begged for mercy.
A bullet hit him and he went down.
Her weight went down from 65 kilos to 50 kilos because of her illness.
The ship went down.
The sun went down.
The sea is going down.
Prices began to go down.
The tyre has gone down.
The balloon has gone down.
This neighbourhood has gone down a lot.
The idea went down badly.
The new play went down quite well.
Her excuse didn’t go down well, no one believed it.
The teacher said that the day the war ended would go down in history.
go down to sth
Few of his works will go down to posterity.
The first volume goes down to the end of the war.
France went down to Germany.
Fighting tooth and nail, the peasants refused to go down before the invaders.
go down to sth
Go down to the bottom of the page and then stop.
I’m afraid he has gone down again.
The new sewing machine didn’t go down very well even after a month’s use.
go far经用,够用 be enough
go fifty-fifty双方平摊 divide equally between two people or two parties
go for (v.+prep.)以…价售出 sell at the price of
go for nothing不起作用,白费劲 does not work or to become a waste of energy
go forth (v.+adv.)发出 be sent out
go forward (v.+adv.)被提出 be put forward
They went slowly forward.
We shall go forward together.
The work is going forward well.
The building of the dam is going forward without any trouble.
What’s going forward over there?
go forward to sb
The suggestion went forward to the committee.
go in (v.+adv.)攻击 attack a special place
go in for (v.+adv.+prep.)支持,赞成; 主张 give support to or express approval
go into (v.+prep.)被用于 be spent on
go it干吧 go ahead
go off1 (v.+adv.)变差 get bad
I’d better have waited till the rain went off.
When he saw the policeman, the thief went off like a shot.
They went off without telling me (where they were going).
She’s gone off with my book.
go off with sb
She went off with the gardener’s son.
Her parents didn’t allow her to marry the young man and she went off with him secretly.
go off with
Has the baby gone off yet?
He has gone off by the fire.
The headache went off quite suddenly.
Suddenly the lights went off.
The heating goes off at night.
At what time does the movie go off?
The bomb went off, killing three people.
I could hear the bombs going off on the other side of the city.
He was badly injured when a firework went off in his face.
The gun went off by accident.
He went off into a passion.
The alarm went off when the thieves went in.
I nearly fell out of bed when the alarm went off this morning.
Everything went off smoothly.
Everything went off according to the plan.
How did the performance go off?
The performance went off splendidly.
Meat goes off quickly in hot weather.
Fish soon goes off in this hot weather.
Don’t eat that fruit, it has gone off a bit.
He used to be quite a good player, but he’s gone off lately.
The lecturer used to do well, but he seems to have gone off now.
go off2 (v.+prep.)对…失去兴趣 lose interest in
go off sb/sth/v-ing
He has gone off her, and doesn’t want to see her again.
I’ve gone off tea, give me some coffee.
I’m afraid I’ve gone off Japanese food.
Many people have gone off having holidays at home.They prefer going abroad on holidays.
go on1 (v.+adv.)别开玩笑 stop playing joke on
Go on until you get to the next corner and then turn left.
Go straight on until you come to a large white building.
After a short rest, they took up their knapsacks and went on.
Go on!You are right this time.I should congratulate you.
Go on, what happened next?
I don’t mean to interrupt, please go on.
She hesitated for a moment, and then went on.
Don’t be nervous!You’ve almost got the answer.Go on!
Let’s go on!
We’ll stop here.We’ll go on tomorrow.
How long will this cold weather go on?
go on to-v
She went on to talk after she finished reading the book.
After singing us a song, she went on to tell us a story.
He went on to talk about the world situation.
Go on to read Lesson Three.
How did you go on there?
How did you go on in your examination?
We could hardly have gone on without your help.
Do you have facts to go on?
I wonder what was going on.
There is a crowd outside.What is going on?
What is going on here?
What’s going on next door?There seems to be a good deal of noise.
That sort of thing goes on all the time.
It’s your turn to go on.
She doesn’t go on until Act Two.
She went on as a witch in Macbeth .
She goes on terribly when she gets angry.
go on at sb
If he goes on at you again, you should resign.
Why do you go on at him all the time?He does his best.
I don’t like the way he goes on at his children.
The lights went on at 6 o’clock.
The lights went on day and night and it was really a waste.
The heating goes on automatically when it is below 15 degrees in the room.
As time went on, things began to change.
As time went on, many changes took place in our village.
As time went on, people came to be aware of the seriousness of China’s population.
I get more depressed, as time goes on.
Go on, you’re kidding me.
Oh, go on (with you)!
go on2 (v.+prep.)继续下去; 延续下去 continue without pause
go on to (v.+adv.+prep.)持续 last
go on with (v.+adv.+prep.)继续干,一度中止后再继续干 continue doing sth
go out (v.+adv.)不再流行,过时 cease to be fashionable
go out with (v.+adv.+prep.)和…约会 make appointment with
go out with sb
How long has Mary been going out with David?
My parents wouldn’t let me go out with boys.
My mother won’t allow me to go out with him.
go over1 (v.+adv.)转为 transfer
Did his lecture go over well?Did they like it?
His speech went over well.
They didn’t tell me whether his speech went over all right or badly.
The concert went over very well.
Is the meeting going over as well as we hoped?
This matter will go over until the next session.
go over into/in sth
The car went over into a ditch.
It took all he could do to keep his cart from going over in the tortuous mountain trails.
Go over and help him.
go over to sb/sth
They have gone over to the enemy.
The chief of the group has gone over to the opposite.
Italy went over to the Allies in 1944.
Most of the army went over to the PLA after being defeated.
We don’t have time to deal with this question today, it’ll have to go over to the next session.
go over2 (v.+prep.)弄干净,使干净 clean
go sky-high高速增长 go very high
go through1 (v.+adv.)成交生意 successfully complete
go through2 (v.+prep.)讨论 discuss
go to (v.+prep.)等于,相当于 be equal
go to it好好干 make sth done well
go together (v.+adv.)互相牵扯 entail each other
go under (v.+adv.)失败,破产 go bankrupt
go up (v.+adv.)破产 become bankrupt
I see the mercury is going up.Perhaps we’re going to get a spell of good weather at last.
The temperature is going up; will the snow melt?
Everything seems to be going up these days.
Prices of all kinds of goods have gone up.
Consumer goods production was to go up by six percent in that city.
A cheer went up in the hall.
When the first stream of clear water flowed into the canal, a great cheer went up.
A shout went up from the crowd at the game.
The bomb went up, killing three people.
A chemical factory went up in North England, killing many people.
How many houses have gone up this year?
New universities went up at a fantastic rate in the 1980s.
Everywhere you look, you can see glass and concrete monstrosities going up.
New office blocks are going up in the city.
New buildings are going up everywhere.
The curtain went up.
go up to sth
When will you go up to Cambridge University?
I go up to London.
He will go up to the Arctic Region.
go up for sth
She has gone up for the exam.
go up in smoke〔flames〕
Her hopes of going to college went up in smoke when her father lost his job.
With the outbreak of renewed hostilities on the border all their hopes for peace have gone up in flames.
The firm in which Dick worked has gone up.
go with (v.+prep.)与…持同一看法,同意 agree with
go without (v.+prep.)不言而喻,理所当然 be easily understood
go without sth
He went without enough food for several days.
We had to go without many necessities.
In primitive times man went without shoes or clothing.
It’s unhealthy to go without sleep.
go without saying that
It goes without saying that he is a good father.
It goes without saying that health is above wealth.
It goes without saying that an experienced person will do that work better than someone without experience.
用作名词(n.)all the go非常流行,风行一时 very fashionable
at one go一下子,一举 in one single attempt
have a go抱怨 complain
make a go of成功 make a success of
on the go活跃,忙个不停 active, never resting
go it alone单干
go it blind瞎干
go it strong on sth热烈赞许某事
go the whole hog全力以赴
go mad with joy欣喜若狂
go red with anger气得(满脸)通红
go wild with joy欣喜若狂
go all lengths尽一切可能
go too far过火,走极端
go back home回家
go over big大受欢迎
go over the accounts核对账目
go hard with sb使某人为难
go away for the weekend外出度周末
go back to one’s old habits恢复老习惯
go down in history载入史册
go down on one’s knees跪下
go down well with sb为某人所接受,受某人欢迎
go forward with one’s plans着手实施计划
go in deep with one’s studies深入研究
go off into a fit of laughter发出一阵大笑
go off with拿走,抢走
go off with public money携公款潜逃
go on at sb责怪某人
go on for接近
go on with one’s homework继续做家庭作业
go over to America去美国游览
go over to the other side of the street走到街对面去
go through with the experiment把实验进行到底
go up in smoke告吹
go up to town上城里去
go back of〈美口〉调查,研究
go out of离开
go out of date过时
go out of one’s way to help sb不怕麻烦地帮助某人
go out of the house离开房子
go along with随…一起去,赞同,同意
go away with sb与某人私奔
go about one’s business干自己的事
go about one’s work着手工作
go above the world’s level超过世界水平
go across a bridge过桥
go across a river渡过一条河
go after a job寻求职业
go against sb’s wishes违背某人的心愿
go against the grain对谷物不利
go along the bank of the river沿着河岸走
go around the world周游世界
go at length into the history of详细谈谈…的历史
go at one’s work努力工作
go beyond one’s duty超越职权范围
go beyond the call of duty超越工作的要求
go by the book照章办事
go by the decision遵照决定
go by train坐火车去
go down a hill下山
go down the river顺流而下
go for a doctor去请医生
go for a drive开车去玩
go for a haircut去理发
go for a walk去散步
go for little被认为不大有用
go for much被认为大有用处
go for nothing毫无用处
go from bad to worse越来越糟,每况愈下
go ill with对…不利
go into effect生效
go into law开始做律师
go into the army参军
go into the problem研究这个问题
go into town进城
go like the wind飞驰
go off duty离开岗位,下班
go off the air停止广播
go on a strike举行罢工
go on a trip去旅行
go on foot走路去
go over a mountain翻越一座山
go over one’s lesson复习功课
go over the article把文章再细看一遍
go over the books仔细看书
go through a door通过一扇门
go through a red light闯过红灯
go through fire and water赴汤蹈火
go through many changes几经变迁
go through the books检查账目
go through the forest穿过森林
go through the main points again将要点重复一次
go to a lot of trouble费不少心血
go to bat for为人辩护判决
go to bed上床
go to college上大学
go to law控告
go to pieces破碎,崩溃,瓦解
go to school上学
go to sea去当水手
go to sleep入睡
go to the country(英国解散议会)举行大选
go under the name of被称作
go up a hill上山
go up the river逆流而上
go with the time赶时髦
go without saying不待说
have a go尝试
make a go成功
all the go〈美〉非常流行
at one go一举
on the go在活跃,在忙碌
go用作不及物动词时,常可接带to的动词不定式,这动词不定式并不是用作状语表示目的,而是与go构成一个动词短语,意思是“去做某事”,在非正式英语中,这种结构常可变为go and do sth,而在美式英语中and常被省去。
go常用于“be going to+动词原形”结构,可以用于表示时间，即“将要做某事”；也可以用于表示意志，即“打算做某事”“准备做某事”。表示“将要做某事”的用法在美式英语中使用得很广泛,大有取代英式英语中的shall〔will〕之势。表示“打算做某事”“准备做某事”时多用于人称结构,用于被动语态时则可用于非人称结构，表示情况的必然或或然等。用于一般过去时态，be going to所表示的意图往往是未达到的。I was going to see you yesterday, but it rained. 我本本打算昨天去看你，可是下雨了。; 也可为非人称代词it,用于自然现象。
“be going to”后有时也可接名词(多表示地点),这时to是介词。现代英语中也可用“be going to go to”,两者意思相同,都表示“去某地”,但后者使用不太广泛。
“not going to”的含义因主语不同而有异。当主语是第一人称时意为“(主语)不愿做某事”; 当主语是第二或第三人称时则意为“(说话人)不许(主语)做某事”或“(说话人)认为(主语)无权做某事”。
go to后常接不带冠词的名词,表示去进行一种活动,而不表示去什么地方。例如:go to school(上学)是习惯用法。
go在用作不及物动词时,其主动结构有时含有被动意义,这主要用于①以废弃、去掉、放弃的东西作主语。常与must, have to, can等连用; ②以花费的金钱〔时间〕作主语,常以in引出花钱〔时间〕的项目,以on引出花钱〔时间〕的目标; ③以售卖的东西作主语,接to引出买主,接at引出单价,接for引出卖得的钱; ④以授予的奖品、称号或财产作主语,以to引出承受人; ⑤以装入物为主语,以in引出容纳物。
go用作系动词时,还可以现在分词作补足语,这种用法源自“go+动名词”,一般用来表示①带有经常性的一般活动,如go shopping; ②带有一定程度的职业性活动,如go soldiering; ③体育运动或娱乐消遣,如go swimming〔fishing〕等。
go可指在游戏中轮到某人做游戏; 在口语中,也可指人精力充沛或具有活力和生气; 还可指疾病等的侵袭或发作。
have a go的意思是“尝试”“抱怨”; make a go of的意思是“成功”; on the go的意思是“忙碌”。