verb (goes /gəʊz/, going /ˈgəʊɪŋ/; past went /wɛnt/; past participle gone /gɒn/)
noun (plural goes)informal
Old English gān, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch gaan and German gehen; the form went was originally the past tense of wend
The use of go followed by and, as in I must go and change (rather than I must go to change), is extremely common but is regarded by some grammarians as an oddity. For more details, see and (usage).