Today, we’re going to look at seven different ways that we use the phrase go for. We use go for when we talk about preferences, things we want, eating out, and more.
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- I don't really go for I prefer listening to music.
- Let’s not go to that restaurant. I don’t go for spicy food.
- It’s so cold today. I could really go for a cup of hot chocolate.
- That was a long hike. I could go for something to eat.
- We're going for Chinese food after work. Do you want to come?
- We went to the deli for lunch the last two days. Let's go for pizza today.
- Mark is going for the kids at 2:15 and then he’s taking them to the playground.
- Jack said he’s going to go for Do you want anything?
- There is a house in my sister’s neighborhood that’s going for almost a million bucks.
- Concert tickets go for a few hundred dollars these days.
- You’re going to buy your first house? Wow! Go for it!
- Good luck in the New York City Marathon! Go for it!
- I know that buying a house is a huge thing, but I’m gonna go for it.
- The company is looking for someone to open a branch office in Shanghai. I’m gonna go for it.
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