Go Along With
How to Conjugate Go Along With
- Infinitive: Go Along With
- Present Tense: Go Along With/ Goes Along With
- -ing Form: Going Along With
- Past Tense: Went Along With
- Past Participle: Gone Along With
Definitions of Go Along With:
1. to accept or agree with a decision, rule, opinion, etc.
Examples: Sometimes women just go along with what men say even when they know it is incorrect.
Do you always have to go along with what your friends say instead of having your own ideas?
2. To accompany someone.
Examples: I am going to go along with Marty to the mall while you go along with your boss.
English phrasal verbs.