Go Team is really a bad form of saying, or broken English of, Go to the Team. But when you follow the verb with a comma, Team becomes the group that you are addressing, not a direct object or destination following the verb. Go, John, go ! Does not mean, go to the bathroom.
Both are grammatically correct, but "do not feel" is better usage than "are not feeling."
No. It should be: They let him go from his job.
This sentence is grammatically correct. However, it would be more correct to say, "I want you to pierce my baby's ear (or ears)."
Yes. "Has Jon gone already?" "Yes, he said that he had to go the doctors."
It is not grammatically correct to say ' you go to home'. Instead you should leave out the word to, and say 'you, go home'.
No it isnt, it would be "because i was sick, i could not go"
only if it is imperative and has a comma between the two words.
Both are correct, but go with the latter.
Not exactly. It is an example of very colloquial, vaguely ethnic dialect.
yesAnother view"I don't think the first answer is correct. For example, in the sentence:Though it was very cold outside, she did not wear a coat.If the sentence were to be reworded though, then a comma would go after it.
No, it is not. You do not have a verb in the question and it would be best to also have an object.What time did you go to the airport?What time do you go to church?What time will you go to the party?