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Where did Sue go?
She went into the bathroom and rinsed her face in cold water.
The fastest way to get to the library is to go through the park.
We’re planning to go to Spain this winter.
They’ll be going from London to Paris by train.
What time are you going tomorrow?
I’m tired; let’s go.
They’ve gone to a concert in town tonight.
He went to prison for life.
Are you ready to go to lunch yet?
I’m leaving early to go to the dentist.
He went into hospital for a routine operation last Tuesday.
I have to go and pick up my friends at the airport.
Jim went to buy some more ice cream about ten minutes ago.
On hot days the kids would go swimming in the river.
They went for a walk round the neighbourhood.
Two jet fighters went racing across the sky.
The bus goes right to the centre of town.
None of her brothers went to college.
When I was young, we went to church every Sunday.
The 350-kilometre jungle highway going from Georgetown to Brazil was built with World Bank funds.
How are things going at work?
I think the interview went very well.
Louise had gone completely blind before she died.
We knew they would go crazy if they ever found out.
The milk smells like it’s going bad.
We both love going barefoot on the beach.
Thousands of people are being allowed to go hungry.
Most of their hard work seems to have gone unnoticed.
It was a vicious tackle, and the referee couldn’t let it go unpunished.
Her hearing is really starting to go.
The battery in this watch is going.
When it’s your time to go, there’s nothing you can do about it.
The spoons go in the other drawer.
There’s no way all this stuff will go in the box.
It’s the kind of furniture that would go well in any room.
I don’t think these colours really go, do you?
I’d like this letter to go first class.
The memo should go to all employees.
This week’s gone so fast – I can’t believe it’s Friday already.
He went several days without eating a single thing.
Where did all their money go?
Half of the cheque went on new shoes for the kids.
We were worried because the food was completely gone and the water was going fast.
These old trousers of yours have got to go.
I put my book on the table, and now it’s gone.
They can fire me, but I won’t go quietly.
Cows go ‘moo’.
His alarm kept going ‘beep, beep, beep’.
No one leaves until the bell goes.
He kept going like this with his head.
That’s not the way the song goes.
The story goes that this castle was built by Emperor Frederick Barbarossa.
So he goes, ‘I know what I’m doing,’ and she goes, ‘I don’t think so.’
Nobody starts until I say ‘Go’.
We’ve planned every detail and are ready to go.
It won’t take me long once I get going.
My old watch is still going.
Tickets are going very fast, so I’d advise you to book now.
There are some lovely bathroom tiles going cheap today.
I can’t go any higher than £500.
I need to go right now.