Who will keep the candle from going out?

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Decide if these sentences are CORRECT or INCORRECT

Did Jo go into detail about her holiday plans?

Correct - "go into detail" means give a full account of something

I went without dinner so the children would have more food.

Correct - "go without" means you do not have or get something

Jonny has gone off olives, so I need to buy him more.

Incorrect - "go off" means do not like anymore

Last year we went through a hard patch, so now we have lots of money.

Incorrect - "go through" means experience a difficult period

Rosa went over her contract.

Correct - "go over" means to read carefully

Salt doesn't go with jelly.

Correct - "go with" means a suitable combination

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