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I've never tried karate before, but I'm willing to have a go.
I heard you had a go at Jack the other night.
Yes, we had a go.
My teacher had a go at me earlier, just for missing one sodding homework. I was fuming.
I'm always happy to give advice to anyone who'd like to have a go.
You get to have a go at a wide range of activities, including acrobatics, juggling, static trapeze and balance.
You can join a fossil trail, have a go at fossil casting or make your fortune panning for gems!
The main gondola stays open in the evening to transport those wishing to have a go.
I went on to have a go at biathlon, doing my first biathlon race in 2004.