go over (2)

This page is about the phrasal verb go over (2).

Meaning: to review something, or look at it again, in order to learn or memorize it

For example:

  • go over sth You'll learn the new vocab if you go over your word lists every day for a week.

  • go over sth Actors need to go over their lines a few times in order to memorize them.

Nouns often used as objects with go over (2): notes, lines, speech, vocabulary

Quick Quiz:

Before the exam, you should go over

a. your notes

b. your memory

c. your teacher

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Contributor: Matt Errey