(someone) has (something) to go

Use the phrase "have ___ to go" to talk about how much time or distance is remaining before something is finished:

We have three weeks to go before the end of the semester.

I was almost finished - I had another mile or two to go - when my knee gave out.

You can also use "have ___" to go to talk about the number of something that you need to complete:

I have two more sales to go to hit my quota.

This phrase appears in these lessons: