How to Conjugate Go Back
- Infinitive: Go Back
- Present Tense: Go Back/ Goes Back
- -ing Form: Going Back
- Past Tense: Went Back
- Past Participle: Gone Back
Definitions of Go Back:
1. To return to a place, time, activity, or a person.
Examples: He left his wife for another woman, and then tried to go back to her.
In the fall, we go back one hour to standard time.
2. To have existence from a specific point of time in the past until the present.
Examples: Johnny and Timmy go back to the fifth grade. They’ve been friends for a very long time.
The mystery surrounding that house goes all the way back to the 19th century.
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