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Dears

In the following paragraph, writer has used "go through". I cannot understand the exact meaning and usage of it? is there anyone to help?

" Go through some language to describe “how to wash your hands”. That’s not public health advice, it’s just quite interesting from a language point of view. How do you describe the process of washing your hands correctly?"


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To 'go through' a topic means to think about it and maybe do it. In this case, look at the language that you can think of that describes washing your hands.

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anonymousIn the following paragraph, writer has used "go through". I cannot understand the exact meaning and usage of it?

Me, neither. It strikes me as unnatural. It seems to mean something like "Try different ways of saying how to wash your hands."

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anonymousDears

That is not used in English the way that you have used it. You should use other words.