How to Conjugate Go About
- Infinitive: Go About
- Present Tense: Go About/ Goes About
- -ing Form: Going About
- Past Tense: Gone About
- Past Participle: Went About
Definitions of Go About:
1. To take the necessary steps to get something done.
Examples: What’s the best way to go about the project?
Let’s research how to go about painting the house.
2. To deal with a situation or problem in a certain way.
Examples: I don’t think you went about the situation the right way, and that’s why the problem still exists.
You might want to go about it differently this time.
See our complete list of English phrasal verbs.