One song that is popular all over the world is 'My heart will go on' by Celine Dion. Let's listen to a clip...
Near, far, wherever you are
I believe that the heart does go on
Let's read the lyrics together.
Here, the singer Celine Dion uses the phrase 'go on'. In English, 'go on' means to continue. There are also a number of other 'go' phrases verbs:
Go out - leave a place "I'm going out to the store. Do you need anything?"
Go under - lose a business "My hair salon is about to go under."
Go by - pass something "I went by the graveyard on my way to work."
Now, you try. Use either 'go on', 'go out', 'go under' or 'go by' to complete the following sentences.
His business will __________ unless he hires better staff.
She __________ her ex-boyfriend without saying hello.
Are you __________ tonight?
I will not __________ living in this old apartment. I'm moving next week.
Did you hear? His bakery __________ last week. What a shame!