Phrasal Verbs - Participle "Out"
The particle out has different meanings when added to a verb to make a phrasal verb. Here are six common examples. Read the sentences and put the phrasal verb into the appropriate box depending on the meaning of out.
|Choose from a number of possibilities||Remove Disappear \ use completely||Stop being involved in something|
|Leave a place to go outside \ do something outside||Exclude \ not be included|
- I can't decide which tie to wear. Can you help me pick one out?
- If she drops out of college her parents will be furious.
- Last year's winner was knocked out in the semi final this year by the young Italian.
- My parents say I have to be home at 01.00 but I want to stay out all night.
- There are two options for each question - cross out the wrong answer.
- We should stop spending before we run out of money!
- Add some more wood or the fire will go out.
- If he doesn't get more money, the singer will pull out of the show.
- Miss Smith, can you pull out the 2005 files, please?
- There's a thorough exam before the course starts to filter out the weaker students
- I don't want to cook. Shall we eat out tonight?
- Good morning. I'd like to take out some money from my account, please.