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  • this'll is everyday grammar.

  • I'm Alice Bryant.

  • Well, it's a summer afternoon in Washington, D.

  • C.

  • And that can only mean one thing free concerts in the park.

  • And it's almost time for me to go meet my friends.

  • Oh, wait.

  • But first I need to go get money from the cash machine.

  • The concert is free, but the food and drinks are not in English conversation.

  • We often add the verb go toe, other verbs.

  • The structure is go plus verb and we use the base form of the verb, the shortest form with no s ending.

  • Using go doesn't affect the meaning of what we're saying.

  • It simply makes our speech sound more natural and less formal.

  • If I had said it's almost time for me to meet my friends, for example, it would have sounded fine but a little less conversational.

  • Look and listen for the structure in this short exchange.

  • Do you have plans for Friday night?

  • Let's go see that new movie about the family in San Francisco.

  • Perfect.

  • I've been wanting to see that for a month.

  • Go plus verb is especially common with some burbs such as?

  • Yes, see find, ask check and by.

  • Well, that's all for now.

  • Go listen for this form wherever you hear English being used, and that's everyday grammar.

this'll is everyday grammar.

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Everyday Grammar: Go + verb

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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