I am learning this machine learning course.
This lecturer is saying
you can go on menti.com
When I want to express accessing a website, should I say “go on this website”?
It seems to be a little bit strange using "go on".
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verb 1.3 (go to) Attend or visit for a particular purpose: we went to the cinema
noun, informal 1 chiefly British An attempt or trial at something: have a go at answering the questions yourself
noun, informal 2 British A person’s turn to use or do something: I had a go on Nigel’s racing bike
You can consider a website to the place, so one might direct people to go to the website.