得閒人 asked in 社會及文化語言 · 1 decade ago

any difference between ”go on” and ”go on with”?

any difference between "go on" and "go on with"?

please give me few examples, the more the example the much helpful

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  • 1 decade ago
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    兩個意思都一樣, 但不同情況會選用不同的方式。

    兩個用法都一定要subject, 但分別係

    go on: 無object, 或者有object但無必要提及它

    go on with: 有object而有必要提及它

    例子(1)

    老師可以話: 我地繼續(上堂)啦!

    英文係

    Let's go on!!

    Let's go on with our lesson!!

    兩者都得, 因為大家 (老師和學生)都知道要繼續做的事是他們的課堂 (lesson)。但某些情況, 後者會較好 (當對方唔知你所指及的object係咪)

    例子(2)

    We must go on with our plan. We have no choice.

    (如果唔指明object "our plan", 句子就唔夠清晰)

    例子(3)

    The fighting went on. (這兒根本無需要有object, 所以方法2用唔著)

    圖片參考:http://tw.yimg.com/i/tw/ugc/rte/smiley_1.gif

    2008-08-04 15:36:18 補充:

    漏字: 有

    兩個用法都一定要有subject, 但分別係

  • 1 decade ago

    both answers are equally good

    i choose the hfchan32003 one as the best one, because he explain with mixture of chinese and english

  • Baggio
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    I believe there is no difference between go on and go on with in terms of meaning, with only one exception :

    Go on – can be used to replace “happening” For example : What is going on ?

    As for usage, these 2 phrasal verbs has difference :

    Go on – example :

    Don’t stop, go on !

    Don’t be disturbed, go on !

    Don’t give up, go on !

    Go on with (something) – example :

    Please go on with your explanation.

    Let’s go on with our English lesson.

    I will not give up and I will go on with my demonstration.

    Source(s): Myself
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