How to Conjugate Go On
- Infinitive: Go On
- Present Tense: Go On/ Goes On
- -ing Form: Going On
- Past Tense: Went On
- Past Participle: Gone On
Definitions of Go On:
1. When something takes place.
Examples: Hey, what’s going on?
There is a live concert going on at the park.
2. To continue doing something.
Examples: Go on and finish your homework.
He went on and on about how much money he makes.
3. To begin a plan to lose weight or change your eating habits.
Examples: Many people go on a diet after the holidays.
During Ramadan, people of the Muslim religion go on a fast from sunrise to sunset.
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