Go Over

How to Conjugate Go Over

  • Infinitive: Go Over
  • Present Tense: Go Over/ Goes Over
  • -ing Form: Going Over
  • Past Tense: Went Over
  • Past Participle: Gone Over
Go Over is a non-separable phrasal verb and has 4 definitions.

Definitions of Go Over:

1. To make a visit to a home or place of business.

Examples: I’m going over to the bodega to get some butter.
Jerry went over to your house earlier, but nobody was there.

2. To move towards something or someone.

Examples: The girl went over to the puppy to pat it.
Can you please go over to the window and close it?

3. To produce a certain reaction.

Examples: Saren’s decision to not attend college didn’t go over well with her parents.
The Natural Food Expo went over well. I can’t wait to go again next year!

4. To carefully explain or review something important or complicated.

Examples: Let me go over the details again so you’ll understand.
The HR department thoroughly goes over each application letter one by one.

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