Go In A Sentence

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Go | Go Sentence

  • Things cannot go on as they are.
  • Please go and tell her.
  • But you encourage him to go on with it.
  • I cannot let you go back again.
  • I cannot go back to that girl.
  • Do go on about the yachting trip.
  • He cannot see his cousin go to the workhouse.
  • I believe you will go to the festival, after all.
  • We must go back; we cannot live in a tent by the wayside.
  • He dared not go to bed; he sat looking into space.
  • But you must go at once to Ford.
  • She must go and see after Emily.
  • I shall go mad if I do.
  • My orders were to go to Gnatong as a temporary measure.
  • Besides, I must go on with my work.
  • I hate to go about with Rosamond, looking like her maid.
  • Poor chap, I wanted him to go back to the army.
  • No, Emily; pray do not go away.
  • But I will go and try to persuade her to return....
  • Will you go and fetch her, Mrs. Bentley?
  • Mr. Price, I want to speak to you before you go out.
  • But they could not go out driving on the day of the funeral.
  • I shall go mad if you don't.
  • I answered by thanking him with all my might, and begging to go on.
  • He could go to a public-house and dine off a sausage and potato.
  • I don't see how a piece could go better.
  • I'll not stay here; I will go away.
  • Suddenly she said, 'I do not want her to go away.
  • I hate that play, and I hate to see him go up to that study!
  • I want to go to London,' said Emily.
  • And if we get too hard up, we'll both go out as daily governesses.

How To Use Go In A Sentence?

  • I suppose it would be impossible to take them with us if we go to live in London.
  • I'll go the very first minute after I've straightened you up and had some breakfast.
  • She was proud of her influence over him, and for the first time showed a desire to go into society.
  • I liked of all things to go to the chemist's when my mother replenished her little medicine-chest.
  • It will be amply sufficient, if we only go just far enough to receive the dogmas of his particular creed.
  • But no one will expect us to go so far in self-abasement and humility, as to submit our intellects to all sorts of dogmas.
  • But every time any one went outside the jong from his quarters, he had to go down this slimy black artery and return the same way.
  • She wanted to go for a walk in the Park and try to catch and put in order the whirling thoughts that pulsed through her.
  • She made few comments, however, and when the gong rang, rose to go into the studio with graceful alacrity.

Definition of Go

To move: | (intransitive, chiefly of a machine) To work or function (properly); to move or perform (as required). syn. transl. | (intransitive) To start; to begin (an action or process).
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