go about

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To circulate (in)
To change from one tack to another
To busy oneself with
To tackle (a problem or task)
To set about to do; undertake - "Go about your chores in a responsible way."

1. How shall we go about practicing idiomatic English? 2. I am looking for a college teaching job. How do I go about finding one? 3. How do you go about buying a new car?.

deal with or take care of, set about, undertake
begin to deal with; "approach a task"; "go about a difficult problem"; "approach a new project"
If you go about in a particular way, you behave or dress in that way, often as part of your normal life. He used to go about in a black cape He went about looking ill and unhappy. = go around
The way you go about a task or problem is the way you approach it and deal with it. I want him back, but I just don't know how to go about it
When you are going about your normal activities, you are doing them. We were simply going about our business when we were pounced upon by these police officers
go about