go ahead

Could this expression be used with the infinitive in an enunciative sentence? For instance:

’ Go ahead to do your homework.’
‘Go ahead to eat.’

I’m not sure what an enunciative sentence is, but with those expressions you use ‘and’:

Go ahead and do your homework.

Go ahead and eat.

I’ve not personally heard it used with ‘to’.


That doesn’t really work. You would have to say: Go ahead and do/eat …


So ‘go ahead’ can never be followed by the infinitive?

If you can find an example, post it here and we can look, but as I said, it’s not something I’ve heard.