It's nice to be back after some 48 hours rest.
Well, we'll start our week working on verbs with OUT
1. if you 'ask someone out'
, you invite them out on a date (with the hope of romance between you.)
I want to ask her out but I am too shy.
He asked me out on Friday but I told him I had to wash my hair.
2. If you 'cut something out'
, you no longer do it/ eat it etc.
My doctor told me to cut out dairy products.
I cut out going to the gym because I did not have the time and now
I am fat.
3. If you 'eat out'
, you go to a restaurant.
He never cooks and always eats out or has a takeaway.
For my birthday, I would like to eat out somewhere nice.
4. If you 'jump out'
, you come out quickly and suddenly.
I was walking quietly down the street when this young man jumped
out in front of me.
Stop the car at the corner and I will jump out.
5. If you 'keep someone out'
, you prevent them from entering.
There is extra security today to keep the protestors out.
Please keep out of my office. I need some peace and quiet.
6. If you 'leave something out
', you do not mention it.
Did you leave anything out or is that the whole story?
It is just a summary. I left out a lot of the details.
7. If something 'slips out'
, it escapes quickly and quietly.
I have slipped out of the meeting for a few minutes but I must get
I did not intend to tell him. It just slipped out.
8. If you 'squeeze something out
' , you get it out using force or
I can never squeeze out that last bit of toothpaste from the tube.
I managed to squeeze out of her that the job was offered to Alain.
9. If you 'stay out'
, you do not come home.
I stayed out all night and I feel terrible.
We stayed out celebrating until the early hours.
10. If you 'walk out'
, you leave as a sign of protest.
When we heard their derisory offer, we walked out of the meeting.
This presentation is dreadful. I have a good mind to walk out.
Have a nice day