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|present participle||going over|
|past tense||went over|
|past participle||gone over|
Could you go over this report and correct any mistakes?
Sue’s going to help me go over my lines for the play.
He went over to the window and closed the curtains.
They went over to John’s for dinner last night.
We had met a year ago, when I went over to Paris to see an exhibition.
Why don’t you go over and say hello?
Last night’s performance went over very well.
How did the news go over with your parents?
He’d gone over the car with a cloth, wiping fingerprints from the steering wheel and the door handles.
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