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'Go over the railroad tracks' vs 'Go back the railroad tracks'



 
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'Go over the railroad tracks' vs 'Go back the railroad tracks' #1 (permalink) Thu Apr 30, 2009 2:52 am   'Go over the railroad tracks' vs 'Go back the railroad tracks'
 

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ESL/EFL Test #164 "Phrasal idioms with the verb 'go'", question 8

......... the railroad tracks, and at the traffic light, go straight. Continue to the next stoplight on Broad St. and turn right onto Markham Ave. The library is the first building on the left.

(a) Go back
(b) Go over
(c) Go out
(d) Go off

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #164 "Phrasal idioms with the verb 'go'", answer 8

Go over the railroad tracks, and at the traffic light, go straight. Continue to the next stoplight on Broad St. and turn right onto Markham Ave. The library is the first building on the left.

Correct answer: (b) Go over
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'Go over the railroad tracks' vs 'Go back the railroad tracks' #2 (permalink) Thu Apr 30, 2009 13:01 pm   'Go over the railroad tracks' vs 'Go back the railroad tracks'
 

meaning of go back

Reverse, or, turn around and return.
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