phrasal verbs with ‘out’

Phrasal verbs with ‘out’. Learn English phrasals with the word ‘out’. In this post you will find explanations, exemplary sentences and exercises to help you practise.

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12 phrasal verbs with ‘out‘:

1.FIND OUT

  1. learn something, find some information

example: Have you found out any information about the accident?

2.RUN OUT OF

  1. finish (usully a product , time)

example: We are running out of coffee. We should buy some more.

3.ASK somebody OUT

  1. to ask somebody on a date

example: Tommy asked me out.

4.GO OUT WITH

  1. go on a date
  2. go somewhere with friends

example: We are going out on Friday.

5.CARRY OUT

  1. do, perform

example: The researchers carried out multiple experiments.

6.BREAK OUT

  1. escape (from prison)

example: He managed to break out of prison.

7.LOG OUT

  1. leave your account

example: She logged out of her bank account.

8.CHECK OUT

  1. check something
  2. leave a hotel

example: Tom checked out of the hotel at 9 a.m.

9.PASS OUT

  1. faint / lose consciousness

example: She passed out durring the wedding ceremony.

10.WORK OUT

  1. exercise

example: She works out at the gym every day.

11.WORK sth OUT

  1. figure out, find a solution

example: They managed to work out the answer.

12.TAKE OUT

  1. remove, draw

example: Ron took out 100 $ from the cash machine.

Exercise 1. Complete the sentences with one word.

  1. Why don’t you ………..her out for a date?
  2. I ………out every Friday night.
  3. I usually ……………..out three times a week.
  4. The survey was ……………out among students.
  5. I can’t make bread, because we have ……….out of flour.
  6. You should …………out from the hotel till 12.00.
  7. How much money do you need to ………….out?
  8. It was so hot that she ……………out.
  9. Always …………out from your accounts.

Answers:

  1. ask
  2. go
  3. work
  4. carried
  5. run
  6. check
  7. take
  8. passed
  9. log

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