“Go” and its prepositions and articles

29 Dec

To say that you’re going somewhere can be complicated in English. For example, we say: “go home” (no prepositions and articles), but “go to school” (preposition but no article), or “go to the supermarket” (preposition and article).

This chart shows typical examples of using GO correctly:

go-and-how-to-use-it-correctly-with-prepositions-and-articles

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  1. “Go” and its prepositions and articles – idioms and collocations - January 18, 2017

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