The English meaning of 1 to go2 to go to (a place)3 (of a time etc) last4 just passed5 to send6 to remove7 to get rid of8 to reduce9 to be apart from in space or time10 to die (euphemism)11 to play (a part)12 (when used either before or after a verb) to go in order to do sth13 (after a verb of motion indicates movement away from the speaker)14 (used after certain verbs to indicate detachment or separation)
You have to get on that bus to go to the museum.
Jim has been trying to take me out to dinner for the last three weeks.
We won't go out unless it stops raining.
It was Alice who went to the concert yesterday.
The contract is in the bag, so let's go out and celebrate.
I had an awful experience today, so I'm going to have a beer and go straight to bed.
Sorry, but can you show me the way to the next village?
Don't trust a man whose past you know nothing about.
I'm going off to Vancouver next week to see my sister.
Why are you saying you want to walk in the park?
I go to the office by bicycle except on rainy days.
We used to go skating every weekend.
My father insisted that I should go to see the place.
My television was broken down, so I had to get it repaired.
It is said that his father died in a foreign country.
Father takes the 7:00 subway to work.
Ken is going to the United States at the end of July.