"All right," said the Sunday-school Pupil; "go ahead
"All right--go ahead!" (I am learning a great deal of English, or, rather, a great deal of American.) They go ahead
at a rate that sometimes makes it difficult for me to keep up.
You would go ahead
and march through your tunnel into Oz, and get defeated and driven back.
"Huck, it'll be the bulliest thing that ever happened if we find the body after everybody else has quit looking, and then go ahead
and hunt up the murderer.
He said she would slap down a line, and if she couldn't find anything to rhyme with it would just scratch it out and slap down another one, and go ahead
. She warn't particular; she could write about anything you choose to give her to write about just so it was sadful.
"However, I am aching for a chance to kill you, so go ahead
I explained to him that I was Hooja's enemy, and asked, when they were ready to go, that I be al-lowed to go with them, or, better still, that they let me go ahead
and learn all that I could about the village where Hooja dwelt so that they might attack it with the best chance of success.
"The whole thing is moonshine; now then, go ahead
and do your worst; I'm done with you."
"But as we can't go ahead
and there's no use going back, what shall we do next?"
"Then go ahead
, you absurd feathered fool!" grumbled the King, and he caused the opening that led to the palace to appear once more.
"Well, then," said the Fox, "if you really want to go home, go ahead
, but you'll be sorry."
"The decision to go ahead
with the show has been made by the Genting Arena in Birmingham, together with all the local authorities involved in public safety.