How to Conjugate Go Up
- Infinitive: Go Up
- Present Tense: Go Up/ Goes Up
- -ing Form: Going Up
- Past Tense: Went Up
- Past Participle: Gone Up
Definitions of Go Up:
1. To move or extend to a higher level or farther North.
Examples: My relatives from the United States are going up to Canada this summer.
This trail goes up all the way to the summit.
2. To approach someone.
Examples: You need to go up to your teacher and apologize for the way you behaved yesterday.
Misty went up to the homeless man and gave him $10.
3. When something increases.
Examples: Food prices go up everyday.
Jada used to be skinny, but her weight went up after she had kids.
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