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.

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<ul><li>Slide 1</li></ul> <p>GO TO, GO ON, GO FOR, GO -ING Go Slide 2 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 Slide 3 We go on holiday every summer. Children often go on school trips. This summer I want to go on a cruise Slide 4 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). Slide 5 Go We go shopping every Saturday. Id like to go skiing this weekend. Did you go fishing with your father? Slide 6 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? Slide 7 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? Slide 8 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? </p>

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