When can I use “go from”?


If you want to use the preposition from with the verb to go, it is indicating movement from one point to another point. This point can be a physical point, for example from France to Austria or when discussing a change of emotion or a change in speed.

For example:

  • The members of the charity organisation go from house to house collecting money to help the people in need.
  • The postman went from door to door delivering the people’s mail.
  • The business woman goes from her house to work everyday by bus.
  • They will go from Spain to Portugal while on vacation.
  • She goes from angry to sad in a matter of seconds.
  • The car can go from zero to sixty miles per hour in less than three seconds.


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