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Phrasal Verbs

go along with

This page is about the phrasal verb go along with

Meaning

to agree with someone or to support something

Synonym

agree with

For example

  • go along with sth/sb I usually go along with whatever Michael says, but this time I don't agree with him.

  • go along with sth/sb Most people just go along with whatever the government wants to do, so it was a surprise when so many of them opposed the plan to build a new dam.

Quick Quiz

Linda nearly always goes along with whatever her husband says because she doesn't like

a. arguing with him

b. agreeing with him

c. going with anyone else

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