If you're tired, why don't you go to sleep? "Because if I go to sleep now I will wake up too early."
All things considered, I think you should go back home and take care of your parents.
If you can't go to an English-speaking country to study, perhaps you can find an English native speaker living nearby that can help you learn English.
After school, Tom usually sticks around as long as he can because he doesn't want to go home.
I was just wondering if any of you are planning to go to our high school reunion this weekend.
After school, I go to an English school to practice English conversation.
Thousands of dollars in scholarships go unclaimed each year.
If there is nothing near them that needs doing, they are sure to go and find something.
You can go out and play as long as you stay in the yard.
After a long argument, I finally persuaded her to go camping.
From the moment he arrived there, he kept on bothering his doctor to tell him when he would be able to go home.
Maybe I'll go, and maybe I won't.
I'll give you our answer after we go into your proposal in greater detail.
For the best fried chicken in Gulfport, go to Grandma's Kitchen.
Inglés palabraiść"(go) ocurre en conjuntos:Common Verbs – Basic Polish Vocabulary2. Present simple- Czasowniki nieregularneodmiana czasowników nieregularnych 1Test Elementary 3&4 (English File, Oxford)MATURA 2002 tekst o LEVI STRAUSS
2. go went gone
Inglés palabraiść"(go went gone) ocurre en conjuntos:Czasowniki nieregularne - wersja uproszczonaCzasowniki nieregularne - poziom 1część 2 angielski do polski 24.10.2013Czasowniki nieregularne język angielskiCzasowniki angielskie nieregularne / wszystkie
3. go on
Sorry for interrupting Please go on
If you go on eating like that, you're going to get fat within a year.
The show must go on
You can go on studying, I won't bother you anymore.
go on holiday
I can't go on with this report. I need more information.
[She can't go on pretending that everything is fine when it clearly isn't.]
This situation will go on indefinitley if we don't do something
Please, go on
continue/Please, go on. Don't let me interrupt you
The film seemed to go on forever.
I heard the TV go on in the next room.
The lights go on automatically when it gets dark, and go off when it gets light.
We can't go on living like this. She didn't even look up. She just went on reading.
Please go on with what you're doing and don't let us interrupt you. [+ -ing verb] We really can't go on living like this - we'll have to find a bigger house.
Inglés palabraiść"(go on) ocurre en conjuntos:Spekout Intermediate 2ND Unit 7 (All)more than just streetwiseUnit 7 słówka i zwrotyAngielski rozdział 5Phrasal Verbs - basic
You walk on and I'll catch up with you later.
Feeling tired after his walk in the country, he took a nap.
You walk too fast for me to keep up with you.
People in every walk of life go to church.
In the end, because of the disease, he became unable to walk and had to use a motorized wheelchair to get around.
Tom couldn't fall asleep so he got up and took a walk.
Our walk was spoiled by the wind and the rain.
Tom and Mary took a long walk through the countryside.
Don't walk so quickly. I can't keep up.
The mountain path was under a blanket of leaves, soft and easy to walk on.
Walk as fast as possible.
Walk faster, or you'll miss the train.
Very fat people waddle when they walk, though few of them realize it.
On an average how many miles do you walk a day?
Inglés palabraiść"(walk) ocurre en conjuntos:Kamile 18th April 2016Angielski - słówka 01Words of SanaaArchive - Again2018 December
Those days are gone.
When I woke up this morning, both of my parents had gone to work.
I really appreciate all the trouble you've gone to.
Tom came back home after being gone for many years.
When she returned to her room, the diamond ring was gone.
The young man got up hurriedly, stammered a few words and in a moment was gone.
He had no sooner gone out of the room than all of them burst out laughing.
He had gone there to help garbage workers strike peacefully for better pay and working conditions.
My bag was here five minutes ago, but it is gone now.
A man who has never gone to school may steal from a freight car, but if he has a university education, he may steal the whole railroad.
Who's gone and messed up my list of names?
It gone without saying, if you are tired, you should take a rest.
Oh, no! My passport is gone!
The evening performance at the Royal Theater had ended, and the audience had gone home.
Where did you go for that 30 minutes you were gone?
Inglés palabraiść"(gone) ocurre en conjuntos:czasowniki nieregularnepast perfect
I went home.
Even after I went to bed, I was conscious of the voices in the parlor.
His company went bankrupt, and to make matters worse, he met with a traffic accident.
The woman left and went to the courthouse, where she waited in line again.
Tom jumped out of bed as soon as the alarm clock went off.
Tom told Mary that she couldn't just make up the rules as she went along.
Tom went without lunch because he didn't have enough time to eat.
Tom became tired of always having to pay the bill every time he went out with Mary.
I went out on a limb and bought 500 shares of Sony stock.
Believe it or not, I went skydiving.
Many families went west to make a new life on the frontier.
We went to church every Sunday when we were in America.
Even though Tom begged Mary not to go, she left with the children and went to live with her mother.
Tom couldn't find anybody to go with him, and so he went by himself.
The debate over which consultant to use went on for hours.
Inglés palabraiść"(went) ocurre en conjuntos:pocketknife casual przeszłegoirregular verbs