1. In the race, my mom kept screaming, "Go Michael!"; it felt good but a bit embarrassing.
2. The whole city came out to cheer for their football team in the championship game.
3. I was watching a soccer game with a friend and the team he was rooting for was down by one point...
: I gotta leave now. I'll leave the rest of the work to you. Please work hard. B
: Got it. Goodbye.
5. You words really cheered me up. Thank you.
: I'll be playing in the basketball game tomorrow. B
: Great! I'll be there to cheer you on.
7. I always cheer on the team that is losing at the moment because I enjoy watching a losing team turn around the game and win.
8. I root for Team Blue because they always work hard.
: I'll be performing tonight. B
: Good luck with the performance. or
Break a leg.
: I am still working on this gigantic report. B
: Hang in there. You are doing great!
: I got an A on my math test. B
: Keep it up!
12. Wow, the robot model you are building looks great. Keep up the good work!
13. The fans are rooting for their teams.
14. The spectators are cheering on the runners in the marathon.
15. My mother was sitting next to me, supporting me as I was working on my paper.
: I am preparing for tomorrow's big exam. Father
: Hang in there. You can do it!
: My girlfriend is treating me badly. B
: All relationships go through rough times. Hang in there and things will work out!
18. Go Jeremy! We are rooting for you!
: I like her. I want to ask her out. B
: Go for it!
20. The math homework is easy. Don't worry. You can do it!
21. I heard you failed your test. Keep your chin up. Work harder next time.
22. Good luck! I hope you will ace the math exam.
23. A sports coach may give their team a pep talk and encourage them to "go get them," which means "do your best in winning the game."
24. A sales manager may encourage their staff to "go get them," meaning to work hard and make a lot of sales.
25. The chef has had a rough couple of days and the written compliments from his customers really help lift his spirits.