In this lesson, you are going to learn how to use the English phrasal verb ‘Go Over’. This is one of 2 meanings for this phrasal verb. This one is a bit difficult to explain, but it means ‘how something is perceived or received’. We have the examples that are going to help you understand it perfectly!
Phrasal Verb: Go Over
Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Go Over #1
Alternative Meaning: How something is received
- The president was hoping his speech would go over well.
- The president was hoping the speech would be received well by the audience.
- My first day on the job did not go over well, I think they probably want to fire me already.
- My first day on the job had lots of problems and the employer did not seem impressed. I think they probably want to fire me already.
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