Presentation on theme: "GO TO, GO ON, GO FOR, GO -ING Go. We usually say go to + (name of a place) Go to work Go to London Go to a concert Go to bed Go to a restaurant... But."— Presentation transcript:
We usually say go to + (name of a place) Go to work Go to London Go to a concert Go to bed Go to a restaurant... But Go home
We go on holiday every summer. Children often go on school trips. This summer I want to go on a cruise
After work I always go for a drink. Do you go for a run every day. We want to go to Scotland for a holiday. (You can say on holiday or for a holiday).
Go We go shopping every Saturday. I’d like to go skiing this weekend. Did you go fishing with your father?
Go is used with activities that end -ing. Usually activities that you can do alone. We go somewhere to do something: 'I go fishing on Sundays.' ‘Does she go skiing in Winter?' 'She says she wants to go swimming.' Do play or go?
Play is used with ball sports or competitive games where we play against another person: 'How often do you play tennis?' 'I play poker with my friends on Friday night.' 'I don't like playing computer games.' Do play or go?
Do is used for a recreational activity or a non-team sport that does not use a ball (like martial arts or gymnastics): 'I heard that you do karate.‘ 'I do crossword puzzles in my free time.‘ ‘She does Yoga.’ Do play or go?