1. Multiple meanings of GO
Go (v): to attend: She went to Yale. They only go to church on Christmas. Go (v): to proceed (often in a specified manner, indicating the perceived quality of an event or state): "How are things going?" "Not bad, thanks."; I certainly won't mention it to Ben, and will go carefully if he mentions it to me. Go (v): to extend (from one point in time or space to another): This fence goes all the way for about 3 kilometers up to the state border. Go (v): to lead (to a place); to give access to. Does this road go to Airport? Go (v): to become. (The adjective that follows usually describes a negative state.): You'll go blind. The milk went bad / went sour. I went crazy / went mad. After failing as a criminal, he decided to go straight. The video clip went viral. Don't tell my Mum: she'll go ballistic.
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