B1 to happen進行；發生
- He likes to know what's going on.
- Hello, hello. What's going on here then?
- The meeting was going on in the room next door.
- The matches were going on simultaneously.
- It's hard to know what goes on behind my back.
- The award ceremony goes on for another hour.
- Go on for another 50 metres until you come to the traffic lights.
- We can't go on until we've fixed the puncture.
- The second chapter went on to describe his early career.
- If you can't answer a question, go on to the next one.
- I didn't hear the central heating go on.
- The lights go on automatically at six o'clock.
- I flicked the switch but it didn't go on.
- The street lights go on at about three o'clock in winter.
- I don't think the heating went on this morning.
› informal something that you say to encourage someone to say or do something（用於鼓勵）來吧，繼續
- He took a sip of coffee and went on with his story.
- After stopping to clear his throat the politician went on with his speech.
- Go on, tell me more.
(TALK A LOT)
- I heard you the first time, you don't need to go on about it.
- He tends to go on a bit in his lectures.
- The after-dinner speaker went on a bit.
- He's always going on about how much money he earns.
› used when encouraging someone to do something（用於鼓勵或請求）繼續，來吧
- Go on, have a day off work. You deserve it.
- Please can we get a kitten? Oh go on.
- Go on, have another glass of wine.
- Wear the low-cut blouse with your pink shorts - go on, I dare you!
- Have another slice of cake - go on, be a devil!
› used when you do not believe someone（表示不相信）行了！ 得了！