To go

The most commonly used constructions with to go:

to go to
Tonight we will go to the movies.(US) Tonight we are going to watch a film at the cinema.
(to go to the pictures, to go to the cinema UK)
be going to, used as an auxiliary to talk about the future:
I'm going to go to the shops this afternoon. I will go to the shops this afternoon.
Bruno is going to travel to France this summer. Bruno will travel to France this summer.
to go and do something to do something in another place:
Would you like to go and see a movie with me sometime? Would you like to see a movie at the cinema with me one day?
to go + verb in the -ing form (gerund):
to go shopping to visit the stores in order to buy things
to go skiing to travel to a snowy mountain location in order to ski
to go for:
to go for a walk to move outside and walk
to go for a drink to visit a bar or pub to have a drink
Note that to go can have other meanings:
to go crazy to become insane
to go bankrupt to officially declare that you have no money
How's it going? How are you?

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