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  • Hi this is Tutor Nick P and this is Verb Phrase 187. The verb phrase today is "go out. " All right.

  • We actually have 12 meanings and 12 uses for this verb phrase today. So it's a

  • very common one and since we have 12 only give one example of each use. Okay. So

  • let's look at the first one. To go out of style or fashion. All right. So here's the

  • example. That style went out years ago. If you wear it, you will look old-fashioned.

  • So we say something you go out of style. Something could go out of fashion.

  • All right. Number two. A very simple one that you might know. To leave one's home.

  • Okay. So here we say ... let's go out and do something. You know, go out of the house.

  • Go somewhere. It is boring just sitting around the house. So let's go out. Leave

  • the house. Leave the home. Leave the property. All right. Number three here.

  • To go on a date. Sally is going out with Tom tonight for a romantic dinner.

  • So a lot of times, we say they going out. It means they're going on a date,

  • especially a romantic date. Okay. Good. Number 4 here. To move away from the

  • coast or shore. Okay. When renting a jet ski, they don't want you to go out more than

  • 300 feet. So you know, normally if you like on a beach and you rented it,

  • probably they don't want you to go more than 300 feet out from the beach. They

  • don't want you to go too far out there. Because it might get dangerous or you know if you're

  • going too far, if you run into trouble they may not be able to get to you. So

  • they don't want you to go out too far. Maybe, maybe the waves get rougher out

  • that way too. All right. Number 5 here. To stop working.

  • That serious typhoon caused our lights to go out.

  • So if lights go out or a machine goes out ... it took hours for them to come on. So

  • they just suddenly stopped working. Basically. We say that they went out.

  • Okay. Number 6 here. It means to be distributed. Something is distributed to a number of

  • people. The government said the refund checks will not go out until May.

  • They won't start mailing them out. They won't distribute them out to all the

  • people that finished their tax returns already. So the tax refunds will not go

  • out until May. Okay number seven here. To stop working but this isn't about a

  • machine. This is like in regard to a strike. So here we say if the demands of

  • the union are not met , the workers will go out on Monday. So starting Monday, they

  • will go on strike. They will go out on Monday. That's when the strike will begin.

  • That's when they will go out. Okay. Good. Number eight. To faint. You know, this is a

  • common way we can say to faint. I started to feel weak from that illness and

  • suddenly I went out. Meaning you just probably fell down and you fainted. Okay.

  • Number nine here. If you want to find a boyfriend you have to go out and make

  • yourself available. Yes. By just staying home you will not meet anyone or you

  • will never meet anyone. So you got to go out and do it. You have to put more

  • effort into it. You have to try harder. So sometimes we say go

  • out in that sense too. All right. Number 10 here. To try out for something. Okay.

  • So her son is going to try out for the baseball team or maybe every year a lot

  • of people try out for the singing contest of American Idol. They, they do an

  • audition. They are trying out for it and with this one we usually use a "for " too. You try out

  • for something. You try out for the team. You try out for the contest. Okay number

  • eleven here. To be extinguished or stop burning. Okay.

  • So usually we'll say like a fire or flame or something like that will go

  • out. The log was burning for two hours before it went out. So the log was on

  • fire. It was burning for two hours and then it went out. It went out on its own.

  • So stopped burning on its own. It went out.

  • Good. And the last one here. Number 12. To be in a steady relationship. You know , this

  • one's really, really common. That couple has been going out for two years. So this

  • is not just a single romantic date. This means they're dating steady. They've been

  • going out. They've been in a regular relationship ... dating partners for a long time. They've

  • been going out for a number of years. Okay. Anyway, I hope you got it. I hope

  • was informative. I hope it's clear. Thank you for your time. Bye-bye.

Hi this is Tutor Nick P and this is Verb Phrase 187. The verb phrase today is "go out. " All right.


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