Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Go"

Go away.
Let's go.
Here we go.
You may go.
Go to sleep.
You must go.
I must go now.
May I go home?
You should go.
Well, let's go.
I go every year.
Let's go by bus.
Let's go by car.
You'd better go.
I have to go now.
Let go of my arm!
Let's go dancing.
Where did you go?
Will you go, too?
Didn't you go out?
I am afraid to go.
I have to go home.
She decided to go.
She didn't go far.
We go there often.
I heard him go out.
I will go on ahead.
Where should we go?
Are you ready to go?
Go and wake Mary up.
I have to go to bed.
I want to go abroad.
Let's go to a movie.
Let's go to a movie.
Will you go with us?
You can go home now.
You must go at once.
You'd better not go.
Go and see who it is.
Go back to your seat.
I have got to go now.
I have to go to work.
I wanted to go there.
Let's go by taxi, OK?
We must go to school.
Why don't we go home?
Will you go by train?
Will you go with Tom?
Would you like to go?
You'd better go home.
Did he go to see Mary?
Don't let that dog go.
He let go of the rope.
I go to bed at eleven.
I go to school by bus.
I would rather not go.
Please go to the bank.
They made me go there.
Will you go on a trip?
Did you see him go out?
Don't go back to sleep!
How did your speech go?
I wish to go to Hawaii.
It's time for us to go.
It's time to go to bed.
You'd better go by bus.
Are you ready to go out?
Don't go out after dark.
Either Tom or I must go.
I want to go to college.
Please let go of my arm.
She was about to go out.
We'd better go home now.
Why don't we go dancing?
Do you plan to go abroad?
Don't you want to go out?
How does he go to school?
I don't want to go alone.
I will go, rain or shine.
I'd like to go to London.
Mary had to go to school.
She was eager to go home.
They were seen to go out.
Tom wants to go to Japan.
What time do you go home?
When did he go to Europe?
Will you please go there?
Did you go out last night?
Does he go to work by bus?
Go and sit by your father.
He advised me to go there.
He ordered me to go alone.
He wants to go to America.
I go to bed late at night.
Let's not go into details.
One of us will have to go.
She advised him not to go.
You can go if you want to.
You'd better not go today.
Do you go to school by bus?
Do you plan to go overseas?
I wish I could go to Japan.
My parents let me go there.
Tom will go there tomorrow.
What time do you go to bed?
Where would you like to go?
You can go there in a boat.
You shouldn't go to school.
Do you go to school on foot?
Does he go to school by bus?
I don't go to school by bus.
I'm afraid I have to go now.
My parents made me go there.
She advised him to go there.
She intended to go shopping.
She wanted to go out anyway.
Did you go to the last class?
He is very eager to go there.
His wish is to go to America.
I don't want to go to school.
I want to go there once more.
It's necessary for you to go.
Please go on with your story.
She wants to go out with him.
Tom used to go out with Mary.
Where did you go last Sunday?
You can go anywhere you want.
You'd better go home at once.
You'll go to school tomorrow.
Does this bus go to the beach?
He made me go against my will.
I go shopping every other day.
I go to work by car every day.
I have to go even if it rains.
I made up my mind to go there.
I usually go to school by bus.
It's almost time to go to bed.
May I go out for a short walk?
She was in a hurry to go home.
Will you please let me go now?
Won't you go shopping with me?
Do you think I should go alone?
He was determined to go abroad.
I don't go to school on Sunday.
I heard him go down the stairs.
I suggested that we go fishing.
I think it's time for me to go.
Let's go to a concert together.
We'll go when it quits raining.
You may go home if you want to.
You'd better go to bed at once.
Do you go to school on Saturday?
Don't let her go out after dark.
He made up his mind to go there.
He's saving up to go to college.
I didn't go to school yesterday.
I go for a walk every other day.
I go to the movies once a month.
I go to work every day by train.
I will go to New York next week.
I wish I had a reason not to go.
It's about time to go to school.
Where would you like to go next?
Why don't we go and see a movie?
Would you like to go to a movie?
Comb your hair before you go out.
I can't wait to go on a vacation.
I ought to go there, but I won't.
I want to go to America some day.
I was too tired to go on working.
I will go there even if it rains.
I wish I could go to the concert.
I'd like to go to London someday.
No matter where I go, I get lost.
She advised him to go by bicycle.
She advised him to go home early.
She promised not to go out alone.
She was advised by him not to go.
Tell me why you want to go there.
To tell truth, I didn't go there.
Where would you like to go first?
You can go to the station by bus.
Don't you want to go to the party?
Every time I go there, I meet her.
He was sick, so he did not go out.
I go to any party I am invited to.
I think you'd better go on a diet.
I'd like to go to France sometime.
If I were rich, I would go abroad.
She advised him to go there alone.
She told me not to go there alone.
What time did your friend go home?
When did you go to bed last night?
Would you like to go have a drink?
Would you please let go of my arm?
Do you think I should go by myself?
He suggested that we go for a swim.
I have to go to the police station.
I persuaded him to go to the party.
She didn't want him to go overseas.


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