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11 / 04 / 2006

TO GO ADJECTIVE: meaning and examples

Good morning. Today's structure is: to go adjective: For example, to go grey, to go bald, to go crazy, to go blind, to go broke, etc. It means: to change from one condition to another condition, usually a worse one. Example 1: Maribel is going grey, but she has decided not to dye her hair. Example 2: I saw this man on television who was going bald and he claimed that his hair was growing back again because a cow had licked the top of his head. I don't know, but it doesn't sound very scientific! Example 3 I swear that I am going senile. I cannot remember where I put anything or what I am supposed to do next! If you are going crazy with doubts about today's Daily Vitamin, please post your questions in the Daily Vitamin Plus! forum section on our website. Remember, if you are interested in trying the Daily Vitamin Plus! for one week for free and with no obligation, simply contact us. Have a nice day!

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