Learn common collocations with GO in English.
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- 1 Go abroad
- 2 Go bad
- 3 Go bald
- 4 Go bankrupt
- 5 Go blind
- 6 Go crazy
- 7 Go deaf
- 8 Go fishing
- 9 Go insane (idiom)
- 10 Go mad/angry
- 11 Go missing
- 12 Go on a date
- 13 Go on a picnic
- 14 Go on foot
- 15 Go online
- 16 Go out of business
- 17 Go out of fashion
- 18 Go overseas
- 19 Go quiet
- 20 Go sailing
- 21 Go smoothly
- 22 Go to the beach/to the movie
- 23 Go to war
- We should go abroad on holiday this year.
- The milk will go bad if it is not kept in the fridge.
- Many men go bald at an early age.
- The company is about to go bankrupt.
- The old cat is starting to go blind.
- The old man is going to go crazy.
- Many old people go deaf.
- I would like to go fishing this weekend.
Go insane (idiom)
- If you don’t stop making that noise, I’m going to go (completely) insane!
- I’d go mad if I was stuck at home all day.
Useful collocations with GO in English | Picture
- Cats often go missing in the city.
Go on a date
- As for myself I doubt I’ll ever go on a date.
Go on a picnic
- We could go on a picnic today.
Go on foot
- I don’t have a car, so I will go on foot.
- I’ll just go online and look up her address.
Go out of business
- The farmer is going out of business.
Go out of fashion
- Their music will never go out of fashion.
- I often go overseas on business trips.
- The animals go quiet when there’s a predator around.
- I want to go sailing.
- The process did not always go smoothly.
Go to the beach/to the movie
- I want to go to the beach with my friends at weekend.
Go to war
- We were always told we would never have to go to war.