Phrasal verb week! – INTO and OUT OF

Phrasal verb week! – INTO and OUT OF

 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 INTO and OUT OF.
When you use INTO or OUT OF you need to follow it with a noun.
For example:
“When my boss came INTO the room everyone was silent.”
“Our boss is very strict!”
“I don’t have any neighbors now, they moved OUT OF the buildingyesterday.”
“My plane left Chicago at 4:00 but it didn’t get INTO New York until 9:30.”

“My plane is always late!”

“I slipped when I was climbing OUT OF the pool and hit my knee.”

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