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Heidi
Can I say 'Let's go on'? So two students are talking. A: You play the piano well! I hope I can play the piano well, but I can't. B: It doesn't matter. Practice makes perfect. A: You're right. Let's go on! The last sentence A said means let them continue to practice the piano. So can they say 'Let's go on'? Thank you!
Jan 4, 2016 11:02 AM
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Are they already at the piano and have played it already? If so, then "Let's go on" sounds OK. If not already at the piano then "Let's go (do it)"
January 4, 2016
You can put it that way or I might say "let's continue (on)".
January 4, 2016
I would say "continue" or "keep going." "Let's go" would make sense, but is a little strange in that context.
January 4, 2016
Heidi
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English
Learning Language
English