Go From There meaning


The phrase to go from there means to proceed or continue after a result, certain amount of time, after an event or situation.
For example, at the end of a job interview the interviewer may say to the potential candidate:

“I will review your resume and we will go from there”.

This means that the interviewer will look at the applicant’s resume, evaluate the applicant’s qualifications and experience and once the interviewer has made his/her decision, he/she will proceed to inform the applicant.
The interviewer could have also said, “I will review your resume and once I have analysed it, we will proceed with the interview process”.
Below are some more examples of how to use the phrase “to go from there”:

  • “Once we get the blood results back from the lab, we will go from there” the doctor told his patient.
  • The teacher had noticed a change in one of the student’s behaviour but couldn’t understand what the issue was. The worried teacher decided she would talk to the student’s parents and go from there.
  • Tom knew that he wanted to assist in the animal shelter but he wasn’t sure how he could help. In the end, he decided to talk to the volunteers in the shelter, see if they needed an extra pair of hands and go from there.
  • While on vacation the Griffin’s home was broken into. The couple were devastated when they arrived home as the place was destroyed. They decided to report the burglary and go from there, they hoped that their insurance would cover all the damages.
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