GRAMMAR


The past simple and the past participle of go

Conjugation of the verb go:

Base Form/Infinitive without 'to':

go

Past Simple:

went

Past Partciple:

gone

Present Partciple:

going

Third Person Singular:

goes

Definition:

1. To travel or move from one place to another.
2. To leave a place; depart.

Example(s):

1 Have you ever been to Paris? I went there two years ago.
The police officer went into the house to see the old woman.
2. I really must go now.

Similar verbs

The irregular verbs in the table below have the same pattern as go. They are:

- Verbs that are different from all the other patterns.
- Verbs like 'be, was/were, been'.

Verb Simple past Past Participle
be was/were been
do did done
go went gone
lie lay lain
saw sawed sawed/sawn
sew sewed sewed/sewn
show showed shown
sow sowed sown/sowed
strew strewed strewed/strewn
underlie underlay underlain
undo undid undone
unedrgo underwent undergone