What is the meaning of
1. I can’t get this computer to work today. I don’t know what is going on.
2. I don’t know what went on here, but it sure is a mess.
3. He wanted to know what was going on in the hallway.
4. “Why are you phoning so late? What is going on? Is everything okay?”
Note: This phrasal verb is most commonly used as either is going on, or was going on (i.e., either Present Continuous, or Past Continuous).
|present participle:||GOING ON|
|past participle:||GONE ON|
Note: Many phrasal verbs have more than one meaning. The definition and example above applies to the online course below.