Stephen and Ashlie visit the seaside town of Blackpool and have a go on some of the rides at the Pleasure Beach theme park.

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Hello Prime,
Could you specify which sentence you are talking about please?  Then I'll be happy to answer your question.
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Peter
The LearnEnglish Team

oh sorry...In this sentence "Oh, come on Ash, let’s have a look at the other rides".

Hi again.  The phrase 'have a look' is very common in spoken English.  It's quite possible to say 'let's look at...' if you prefer, or 'let's take a look at...'  All of these are quite correct and are simply alternative ways of saying the same thing.
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Peter
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привет.....Which rule can explain this "shall we have a go?" and could you give some examples.
Thank you.

Hello Prime,
'Shall we have a go?' means 'Do you want to try this?' and it's used for activities (rides, games etc) rather than, for example, for trying food or drink.  I'm not sure what rule you need - it's a normal sentence used for the function of suggesting, with the modal auxiliary verb 'shall'.  'Have a go' is a fixed expression.
'Look at that video game!  It looks great... shall we have a go?'
'I love rollercoasters and they've got one in the park here.  Shall we have a go?  It will be fun!'
I hope that clarifies it for you.
Best wishes,
 
Peter
The LearnEnglish Team

I am grateful to you for your help. Thank you.

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Hi
I don't understand the meaning of have a go on (rids). Could you explain it to me please?

Hi Pegah,
Can you take a guess by reading the transcript and looking at the context of the sentences that use it? What do you think Stephen and Ashlie meant when they said it?
Best wishes,
Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

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