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Phrasal Verbs

go into

This page is about the phrasal verb go into

Meaning: to talk about or discuss something in detail

Synonym: discuss

For example:

  • go into sth Let's not go into that now. We can talk about it later when we get home.

  • go into sth My uncle says there are some topics it's best not to go into if you're talking to a stranger, such as religion and politics.

Nouns often used as objects with go into: topic, subject, issue, matter, item, case

Quick Quiz:

Stan didn't want to go into the problems he was having in his marriage, so he

a. changed the subject

b. described them in detail

c. got a divorce

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