go by – to pass (time/place)
Four hours went by. It is time to finish our meeting.
I always go by city center on my way to work.
go away – leave
I had to go away for a couple of weeks and by the time I got back, the garden was full of weeds.
go around – used as a direction, plenty of something, something that spreads
Please go around the house to get to the garage.
There’s plenty to go around
I’ve heard the flu is going around.
go back – return
When are you going back to university?
go back on – not keep a promise or ones word
Both leaders feard that the other would go back on his word.
go down – decrease or reduce
I wish the prices of hotels would go down this summer.
go for – try to achieve or enjoy having/crave (idiom: hit the spot)
He is going for the gold medal at the national championships.
It’s so hot today. I wish I could go for a swim in the sea.
go in for – take part in/participate
I am going in for the English camp next week.
go into – discuss in detail or at length
We went into our discussion about our plans to visit Poland, so the meeting took 2 extra hours.
go off – explode, make loud (with alarms or signals)/, become angry quickly, stop (of a machine)
The bomb could go off at any moment.
My alarm clock went off at 6:00 a.m.
She went off in a flash when she saw her boyfrined talking to Sara.
When the generator went off we had no light last night.
go on – continue, happen
Please go on! I could listen to you telling stories all day.
What’s been going on here yesterday evening? This place looks like a garbage dump.
go on with – continue as planned
I think we should go on with the discussion after break.
Go out – fire stops burning, social activities/a date
The electricity went out last night. I couldn’t see anything.
Every weekend I go out with my friends.
Go over – review
You should go over your homework to make sure there are no mistakes.
go through – examine/study carefully, experience difficulties
Your lawyer should go through this contract before you sign it.
I would not like to go through what he has.
go through with – proceed despite of difficulties
I have decided to go through with the move to Warsaw.
go with – match/suit, accompany someone, to have soemone as a boyfriend or girlfriend
My shirt and pants are both blue. They go with each other.
John is going with Marlin to school tomorrow.
Katie is going with Marc. They make a great couple.
go without – abstain from, not use/not need
A camel can go without water for many, many days.
go along with – agree with or follow.
Alice usually goes along with what he says . She trusts him.