In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(accompany, be present)irI might go along if the weather's nice — puede ser que vaya, si hace buen tiempo
2(proceed, progress)irhe whistled as he went along — iba silbando
- we were going along at 100 kph — íbamos a 100 km/h
- the project/patient is going along quite nicely — el proyecto/paciente va / marcha bastante bien
- I usually make corrections as I go along — normalmente hago correcciones sobre la marcha
3(cooperate, acquiesce)to go along with sth/sb
- the committee has decided to go along with Bobby's proposal — la comisión ha decidido secundar la propuesta de Bobby
- I'll go along with that — estoy de acuerdo con eso
- you shouldn't just go along with everything he says — no deberías decir amén a todo lo que él diga
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