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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #106762: Go-->Different ways (part-2 concluded)
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Frequent mistakes | Idioms | Find the word [Change theme]
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    Go-->Different ways (part-2 concluded)

    State/condition Ex: Don't eat that bread, it has gone stale.

    Song/story Ex: How does that lyric go in the song?

    Sound/movement Ex: I hear a crunchy sound in the forest!  Something is definitely going on!

    Machine Ex: My car won't go.

    Disappear Ex: He left his mobile phone on the desk and when he came back it was gone.

    Be thrown out Ex: The old television will have to go.

    Die Ex: Use your money now, you can't take it with you when you go.

    Money Ex: He has offered a reasonable amount for the sale of his apartment so I am going for it.

    To play a part Ex: We went along with his suggestion.

    Time Ex: Time goes fast when I am with you.


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    1. My television has gone ( )   [b...].

    2. The ( )   [s...] goes that he robbed the bank in Central Park.

    3. The gun went ( )   [b...] in the Canadian parliament.

    4. How goes your new ( )   [l...]? It has a very nice, large screen.

    5. I know your ( )   [h...] is critical but I don't want you to go.

    6. My ( )   [ba...] has gone with this medicine. (2 words)

    7. I don't ( )   [l...] him anymore, he will have to go.

    8. Most of my ( )   [m...] goes for books.

    9. His ( )   [be...] goes to prove that he is innocent.

    10. When you are in pain, each ( )   [m...] goes long.

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