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Practice English Speaking&Listening with: go for

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go for is a common verb phrase in

English it has many different meanings

the simple form is go for the past tense

is went for and the past participle is

gone for

use go for when asking about a price how

much does this go for it goes or and

then here is the amount

to make the past tense change the

helping verb to did how much did this or

you can just use it go for and the

answer and the past tense would be it

went for and then the dollar amount

do you want to go for a walk or I can

change this when inviting another person

to an activity we can say something like

this do you want to go for a run do you

want to go for a jog do you want to go

for a drive do you want to go for a

drive in my car do you want to go for a

ride this will be used for a car or a

bike or a horse let's go for a walk

let's go for a drive let's go for a ride

if there's something that you really

want then use the modal verb can and

then the verb phrase go for and then the

thing that you want I can go for cold

drink or I can really go for and then

the thing that you want I can really go

for pizza this is the thing that I

really want

you can use go for when describing a

person's preference especially in

another person for example she goes for

guys who are athletic this means that

she likes men who are into sports or who

are physically fit he goes for girls who

have nice personalities this means that

he likes women or girls who are knights

or who are pleasant

when talking about a person who is

attending college or a university you'll

hear this expression used he's going for

a degree in and then whatever this area

is he's going for a degree in finance

he's going for a degree in education

he's going for a degree in biology what

kind of a degree are you going for

this is an expression that uses go for

he's gone for good this means that a

person has died or has left and is not

coming back they're gone for good this

is for more than one person the people

have died or they have left she wants to

start her own business she should go for

it or if talking directly to the person

who wants to do this then all you would

say is go for it this is in the form of

a command or it's the imperative form

the subject is you

don't go for that this means that you

should not believe something that

another person says or there's a message

that is not correct there's something

that is corrupt or that is misleading I

didn't go for it I didn't go for it

or that meaning that I didn't believe it

I didn't trust it I didn't think it was

true

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