Common English Collocations with GO You Should Learn

In the English language, collocation refers to a natural combination of words that are closely affiliated with each other… Below is the list of common collocations with GO in English.

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Collocations with GO

  • Go Abroad

I think we should go abroad on holiday this year.

  • Go Astray

John will go astray if he becomes friends with Bad Jack.

  • Go Bad

The milk will go bad if it is not kept in the fridge.

  • Go Bald

Many men go bald at an early age.

  • Go Bankrupt

The company is about to go bankrupt.

  • Go Blind

The old cat is starting to go blind.

  • Go Crazy

The old man is going to go crazy.

  • Go Deaf

Many old people go deaf.

  • Go Finishing

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!

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hasan arif
hasan arif
4 years ago

it’s one of the most precious posts and the good compliments for the non-native learners, obviously. so I have to follow up the page by e-mail.

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