Check out the exercises below using "go back".
For more about "go back", read the previous blog post, Phrasal Verb of the Week 5 - Go back
Fill in the blanks in the following conversations with the correct form of “go back”:
A: This is my first visit to Stonehenge.
B: Really? It’s such an interesting place. The ruins here ______ thousands of years.
A: Wow. Like the pyramids.
A: Jane told me that you know Claire in the Sales Department.
B: Yes, I do. Claire and I ______ years. We went to school together in a small town in Wales.
A: No way. I had no idea.
A: Many of the items on display in this museum ______ centuries. Please do not touch anything without wearing protective gloves.
B: Of course. I’ll be very careful.
A: This song is very beautiful.
B: Yes, it is. It's an old Japanese melody that ______ to at least the 16th Century.
A: Really? Wow.
A: I can’t believe people used to put leeches on themselves to cure disease.
B: Yes. But, actually, they're still used in modern medicine to remove excess blood.
A: No way! That's gross!
B: Maybe to you, but they're very effective. Using leeches in medicine actually ______ 2,500 years.
A: That's amazing.
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