Phrasal verb week! – OUT

Phrasal verb week! – OUT

Phrasal verbs – A verb plus 1 more word that has a new meaning.
Phrasal verbs are very common in English. Today let’s look at phrasal verbs with OUT.
Verbs describing movement use the preposition OUT when we talk about exiting something.
Come out = leave a room or building
“I saw Brad this afternoon, he came out of the bank just as I was going in.”

“Hi Brad!”
“Hi Dave!”
Move out = to move your things out of your current place to live
“The apartment next to mine is empty, the people moved out last week.”
Get out = to exit a place or a situation
“There is too much smoke in this bar, I need to get out and get some fresh air.”

“It’s too smoky in here.”
Climb out = to leave a place by climbing over the edge
“The water in this pool is too cold for me! I’m going to climb out and get my towel.”

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