idioms and collocations



What Goes Around Comes Around

what goes around comes around: used to say that if someone does bad things now, bad things will happen to them in the future (“lo que se siembra se recoge”)

Justin Timberlake – What Goes Around…Comes Around
“… That’s okay, baby, ’cause in time you will find
What goes around, goes around, goes around
Comes all the way back around …”


“Go” and its prepositions and articles

… “go home”

… but “go to school”,

… or “go to the supermarket”

… or “go on a date”

… or “go for a walk”

Source: Hägar Language School

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