There are a lot of high frequency phrasal verbs formed with "go".
Remember that it's not necessary to try to learn every phrasal verb. The most effective way to learn them is to choose the ones that you think you'll use frequently.
Watch the video for examples of phrasal verbs with go
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