Go znamená ísť, pohybovať sa z jedného miesta na druhé


I go to work by bike. My brother goes by car.

We went to Paris last summer.

Shall we go to the swimming pool today?




McCarthy, M., O´Dell, F.: English Vocabulary in Use, elementary. Cambridge University Press, 1999

Is this train going to London?



McCarthy, M., O´Dell, F.: English Vocabulary in Use, elementary. Cambridge University Press, 1999

Where does this road go?

He´s gone shopping. He´ll be back in 15 minutes.

 

 

Sloveso go často používame aj s rôznymi predložkami:

(go in/into)

McCarthy, M., O´Dell, F.: English Vocabulary in Use, elementary. Cambridge University Press, 1999

 

Kim went in(to) his room and shut the door

 

 

(go up)

 

McCarthy, M., O´Dell, F.: English Vocabulary in Use, elementary. Cambridge University Press, 1999

Rudi was tired. He went up the stairs slowly.


 

Go away.

McCarthy, M., O´Dell, F.: English Vocabulary in Use, elementary. Cambridge University Press, 1999

 


(go back)

I´m going back home this evening.

(go out)

McCarthy, M., O´Dell, F.: English Vocabulary in Use, elementary. Cambridge University Press, 1999

Jane went out of the house and into the garden



(go down)

 

McCarthy, M., O´Dell, F.: English Vocabulary in Use, elementary. Cambridge University Press, 1999

The phone was ringing. She went down the stairs quickly.