Go In For
How to Conjugate Go In For
- Infinitive: Go In For
- Present Tense: Go In For/ Goes In For
- -ing Form: Going In For
- Past Tense: Went In For
- Past Participle: Gone In For
Definitions of Go In For:
1. To enter a place or area for a specific reason.
Examples: I’m going in the store for some bread. You want anything?
Mom went in the room for her slippers.
2. To temporarily replace something or someone.
Examples: Jacob went in the game for Gary after he twisted his ankle and could no longer play.
The honey will have to go in the recipe for the sugar because there isn’t anymore.
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