Prepositions after "go"

go to, through, for, into or on?

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    In 42% of cases go to is used
    Afterwards they go to the dead.
    I can go to any doctor I choose.
    Our hearts and minds go to them.
    Here again, we are going to follow the exact process we took when paying the first $10.
    Went to **33;2838;TOOLONG to see the great prices and wonderful service we were offered.
    No matter what, the Dems were going to do very well with McKainnedy, Hillary, or Obama.
    If only Obama could turn out to be an innocent, magnanimous, soulful type -- you know, like Jimmy Stewart going to D.
    I went to New York for a while, just to check it out and spend some time there, because I thought I was going to move.
    They responded that the West Bank was not going to become New Orleans and there would be no Superdomes in their City.
    At the time it seemed like I was going to the ends of the earth, much like this trip to teach in this Bangladesh DTS.

    In 8% of cases go through is used
    Jitters went through my system.
    You only need to go through this.
    NOT go through electorial college.
    For those who like to go through Borella, there will be a van to drop them there too.
    This has some good info about Kyoto and Nara, but I didn't go through the Tokyo part.
    You've got to have gone through this yourself to even believe that it could happen.
    I can think of no other phrase to explain it, but I think we are going through what is essentially a slow coupe.
    My reasonings for going through this process is simply because I want to be the best karate instructor I can be.
    The two are expected to b released from the Nsawam Medium Prisons, today, after going through the due processes.
    He would go through five consecutive days of chemotherapy, and then allow 23 days for his immune system to recover.

    In 8% of cases go for is used
    We decided to go for a break up.
    go for the ones that don't want.
    Let it go for the required time.
    So, better late than even later, here we go for another season of Veikkausliiga football.
    DAY 10: After breakfast, go for a morning game drive in the Park and around Lake Manyara.
    The same goes for the music used in the movie industry, which is known as a soundtrack.
    The same goes for poets/critics writing from any cultural perspective that has been or is now suppressed or silenced.
    Because he gets them quite severally (Pretty much everyday) Which is awful! I'll go for walks, my boyfriend is amazing.
    The only exception is those that go for the cheaper compatible cartridge variety and get disappointed with the results.
    The truth is, quality women will always go for quality guys, and height is a big part of determining quality for women.

    In 8% of cases go into is used
    You now have to go into ircII2.
    go into 30 year slumber at the.
    We'll go into action immediately.
    I went into the Hyatt Place Rancho Cordova and thought the architecture was beautiful.
    Once in Rajagaha, a wood-cutter went into the woods with his son to cut some firewood.
    We became vegetarian and also celibate in our marriage, going into separate bedrooms.
    I wouldn't like to see the EU go into reverse, but I think a period of retrenchment would be no small thing in itself.
    MEANING THAT MY TAX MONEY, which went into building and sustaining Telkom and Safaricom, was essentially given away.
    We as citizens do not have the right to go into Malacanang brandishing a Glock and aim it towards the President's PS3.
    going into their game Saturday against Maryland, the Tigers rank fourth in the ACC in scoring defense, allowing 23.

    In 7% of cases go on is used
    The neighbouring will go on foot.
    Then He goes on to another one.
    Omar is the first to go on trial.
    GNR pictured one of the bags which disappear mysteriously before PJ went on the terrain.
    They exercise as though they need to shed 100lbs, and they go on a diet if they gain 2lbs.
    I wasn't interested in much save who was going on the session and when they were going.
    It has clocked up just 86 miles in its lifetime; and now its set to go on sale for the first time since the early 1980s.
    And while the emergency movements within the Far Eastern theater were going on, others were in preparation elsewhere.
    At over 800 you have to ask yourself how much of that money is going on the onboard synth, and if you really want it.
    I am one of those girls going on a first date, and i love this article because it told me what to be on my guard for.

    In 4% of cases go with is used
    go with the iPhone 4 unlocked,.
    I would go with the large boat.
    I usually go with beef for this.
    I baled and went with something else that was more up to date and very easy to follow.
    Rather you should go with a free download with ads or make your app a paid-for download.
    How far back does your history go with DFW bands? Give me a year and take me back to it.
    I'd dying to know how Peter and Lou go with doing up their new place and what happens with the Amy and Ty cliffhanger.
    Like I said, I'd really not an Obama supporter but with two options, I have to go with what I feel is the better path.
    In this attempt Sri Lankan society is divided on ethnic boundaries to please the Sinhala majority to go with the goVT.
    A blind blonde could see from 20 football fields away that bravo was going to edit it down and go with public opinion.

    In 3% of cases go from is used
    And you go from this incredible.
    Assume the worst and go from there.
    It went from being salty to sweet.
    We think it's this secret thing that just goes from me to you over a private pipeline.
    OK, so decide what average conversion rate you're going off -- if we're going from 0.
    It is a long and narrow country which goes from 90 to 470 km wide and its length is 4.
    In the brain, there is a fold that goes from the front to the back, essentially dividing it into two separate parts.
    We have gone from a team that competes for the double every year to a team that thinks coming 4th is a great season.
    It's all a sign that Canadians have woken-up to the emerging reality that bottled water has gone from chic to taboo.
    According to the Zillow Home Value Index, median home values went from $179,500 in mid-2008 to $163,700 in mid-2009.

    In 3% of cases go in is used
    He can't go in a hospital gown.
    I allow him to go in front of me.
    go in peace My beloved followers.
    On hearing the response, the kid is going in the direction in which he heard the voice.
    There will always be elements of cronyism in capitalism, and the degree will go in cycles.
    Bouillon held the puck and with one second to go in the period, blasted it past Niittymaki for his first goal in a year.
    In the evenings, I go into the community hall to see my friends, have a few beers, play the drums, and sing a few songs.
    Syrian hamsters have been known to go into rescue shelters as strays so that's how serious they are about moving around.
    And I went in the strength of the Lord who directed my way to my good, and I feared nothing until I came to that ship.

    In 2% of cases go about is used
    Both are fine ways to go about it.
    gone about their daily lives and.
    He went about crying and weeping.
    As of right now, I'd not sure who I would travel with or how I would go about doing it.
    Instead it is how firms go about doing innovation that separates leaders from the rest.
    But the more I look at it the more I realise that this is the wrong way to go about it.
    We decided to compare the two versions to see how one of the great speechmakers of his era goes about his business.
    They should convince the PM about what is needed, what would work, and how the PM would go about making things happen.
    The difference between an entrepreneur and a business owner is the mindset of how you go about building your business.
    Between gusts from Capitol Hill we tried to go about our duties and pleasures with as little interruption as possible.

    In 2% of cases go by is used
    Come on, 28 years have gone by.
    We need to go by strict principle.
    We are going by Channel Tunnel.
    There isn't a day that goes by where god's goodness and kindness doesn't pass before you.
    Just before starting she asked him if he would go by the Indian trail along the South Side.
    One of these videographers is Simon Thompson, 24, who goes by the name Yosef Imagination.
    I have already posted this more than once and I don't get it why some still go by past performances (two years earlier).
    Do not go by hearsay; a friend or friend's friend who returned to India has told you a tall story about Indian salaries.
    As the days went by he became more and more the backbone of the General's slowly but constantly moving political army.
    going by these facts there appears to be little doubt that it will especially give the Apple iPad a run for its money.

    In 1% of cases go without is used
    Sidney's upgrade went without a hitch.
    But Y2K came and went without disaster.
    They go without food so you don't have to.
    It goes without saying that you need to make sure that you rest as much as possible.
    The generator is a very good thing to have as you will never have to go without power.
    It goes without saying that there is no obligation to donate but all is appreciated.
    Until this year, locals have gone without treatment if they didn't have the means to travel to Barrie or Toronto.
    I think it goes without saying that all of the musicians in Yes were positively top shelf and were true virtuosos.
    Communities like Sunset and Beltline, Manchester, where there are pipes, still go without water for weeks at a time.
    Nothing here matches Loretta output (goes without saying) but it's a very listenable collection of classic country.

    In 1% of cases go up is used
    go up the stairs and take a right.
    Its digital zoom goes up to 200x.
    The sign asked us to go up the hill.
    I've had the lucky chance to go up to Chicago and see a lot of this style of architecture.
    In the end of that year price gone up to US$1200/MT and I got a big Profit from that Deal.
    It realy goes- A little girl goes up to her teacher and asks if she can go to the bathroom.
    First off, Warren came over and we went up to tour farm land where we will be building a chicken farm this coming May.
    We had our own Radio Flyer so Butch or myself would go up with the cart on Friday night to meet Dad at the First National.
    go up to a tough looking guy and push him and say you wan na fight? And when he pushes back start to cry and run away 203.
    So just like any other night, my husband came in, greeted the children, and went up stairs to change into house clothes.

    In 1% of cases go over is used
    We went over the Ballymena In N.
    Went over the info he already had.
    There's no point going over this.
    Just buy a little seat that goes over the seat on the big potty and you're good to go.
    It took eighteen minutes to reach the brink of the Horseshoe Falls before going over.
    SteveB wouldn't be bragging about going over 70K employees if a RIF were in the works.
    I think it's a must for us to go over the basics of securing our accounts like improving the strength of our passwords.
    Have you heard of a RideMax app? Do you know if it works? How it works? I'd going over the blog now to check it out.
    They slow us down but in the end, we still find ways of either going over them or avoiding them (for the pot-holes).
    An Italian newspaper reports that the unidentified crew member went overboard in off the Italian coastal city of Ancona.

    In 1% of cases go out is used
    They deserve to go out of business.
    Then yesterday i went out shopping.
    I think classics never go out of style.
    I can enjoy what we eat at home, but I can also eat what I want when we go out to to eat.
    Wouldn't go out of my way to drive there, but if you're going past, stop and have a look.
    I even went out of my comfort zone (no safety eyes!) to make him suitable for children.
    Now my dad worn it once to go out, it prob rained a little and rain got inside the watch withing one week of having it.
    Mutula Kilonzo had indeed given the country new law, Raila simply went out of his way to try to discredit VP Kalonzo.
    Yes, he has gone out of his way to say hello in the seasons since, and I truly believe he was sorry for what he said.
    Quote: Originally Posted by Truthowl The guy went out of his way to be polite and try to keep the discussion on topic.

    In 1% of cases go beyond is used
    But it rarely goes beyond that.
    But our witness goes beyond this.
    Our expertise goes beyond borders.
    Hence the call to go beyond the minimal requirements of the law in providing education.
    And it is here that we go beyond the four walls of the seminar hall to the wider world.
    And Member States remain free to introduce measures that go beyond the proposed system.
    go beyond pleasure and pain, for the seeking of the former and the avoidance of the latter is what causes suffering.
    Your planning staff went beyond our initial expectations and included refits of the HVAC systems and fire systems.
    As regards to Abhishek Manu Singhvi, that he was an actor and director of a sexual quid pro quo goes beyond doubt.
    The French photographer clearly went beyond that line when he/she chose to take a snap of the Duchess of Cambridge.

    In 1% of cases go at is used
    You almost had to go at every pin.
    Back from the break and they go at it.
    go at the slowest pace of the two of you.
    As we can see, LTE doesn't quite make it to Leesburg, and doesn't go at all to Purcellville.
    We were getting involved in mobile and digital devices, so with that in mind we went at it.
    I rarely go at the moment, one or two games a season is all that i can manage (I live in Germany).
    In general, I'd not a huge fan of guided tours as most of them are heavily commercialized and often go at a snails pace.
    It's not just that actors (by and large) tend to go at poems as though they're trying to reach the back row of the stalls.
    Amongst the drivers who have come and gone at the team have been Heinz-Harald Frentzen, Kimi Raikkonen and Felipe Massa.
    Sterling Vineyards is also a good option, with a tram ride to the hilltop and a self-guided so you can go at your own pace.

    In 1% of cases go along is used
    No, I don't go along with this.
    You also go along with them and speak to doctor.
    If it's trying to go along side the new game then.
    But at least one person being lampooned went along with the jokes, as New Jersey gov.
    Notwithstanding the refrain to a diety, I tend to go along with that ' Aquarian ' leveller.
    I was speaking to him politely and went along with what he was saying up until this point.
    But she was also given the word that the Americans wouldn't go along with any games -- though it wasn't their nickel.
    Strangely, my email was just recently infected with a virus so I believed it at first and went along with the call.
    TIP! Provide free gifts to go along with purchases of your services and/or products to help customers feel respected.
    He needs to see first hand what is going to happen to Christine if he does nothing and goes along with prohibition.

    In 1% of cases go against is used
    If it does go against me so be it.
    So the judge went against all --.
    Both go against common sense because.
    If you need middle then go against a wall and spread your legs apart! It really helps.
    Words like yours take away what bravery these women had to go against societal prejudices.
    You have to be willing to go against everything you know and what everyone around you says.
    He has too many scary, underhanded or under the table things/ plans/ shenanigans that are going against America.
    And to teach girls and boys to go against their biological programming is a lesson that will be very hard to teach.
    Scott said they planned to return and stay tonight, even if it went against the wishes of the emergency services.
    How is that even related at all? 4) His father's detention was a lawful detention and you don't go against the law.

    In 1% of cases go after is used
    But it's okay to go after a week.
    Miz tagged in to go after Sandow.
    All the time go after your heart.
    going after the methodology and the experimental design is the first line of attack.
    The chihuahua sees the monkey go after the leopard, and guesses he might be up to no good.
    The junta wanted a way to distract domestic attention from its failings, and found it by going after the Rohingya.
    India did a good job for understanding the situation and did not go after the few soldiers as a blood thirsty nation.
    I personally don't see the defeat against Manchester City has anything to do with Chelsea going after Azpilicueta.
    The game starts with JC going after them to retrieve a couple crates of plague cure they stole to give to the poor.

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