Unit 135 Phrasal Verbs 2 | in/out
Compare in and out:
|in = into a room, a building, a car, etc.||out = out of a room, building, a car, etc.|
|◻ How did the thieves get in?||◻ He just stood up and walked out.|
|◻ Here’s a key, so you can let yourself in.||◻ I had no key, so I was locked out.|
|◻ Sally walked up to the edge of the pool and dived in. (= into the water)||◻ She swam up and down the pool, and then climbed out.|
|◻ I’ve got a new apartment. I’m moving in on Friday.||◻ Tim opened the window and looked out.|
|◻ As soon as I got to the airport, I checked in.||◻ (at a hotel) what time do we have to check out?|
|In the same way, you can say go in, come in, walk in, break in, etc.||In the same way, you can say go out, get out, move out, let somebody out, etc.|
|Compare in and into:||Compare out and out of:|
|◻ I’m moving in next week.||◻ He walked out.|
|◻ I’m moving into my new apartment on Friday.||◻ He walked out of the room.|
B Other verbs + in
drop in = visit somebody for a short time
◻ I dropped in to see Chris on my way home.
join in = take part in an activity that is already going on
◻ We’re playing a game. Why don’t you join in?
plug in an electrical machine = connect it to the electricity supply
◻ The fridge isn’t working because you haven’t plugged it in.
hand in / turn in homework, a report, a resignation, etc. = give something written to a teacher, boss, etc.
◻ Your report is due this week. Please hand it in by Friday at 3 p.m.
fit in = feel you belong or are accepted by a group
◻ Some children have trouble fitting in at a new school.
C Other verbs + out
eat out = eat at a restaurant, not at home
◻ There wasn’t anything to eat at home, so we decided to eat out.
drop out of college / school / a course / a race = stop before you have completely finished a course/race, etc.
◻ Gary went to college but dropped out after a year.
get out of something that you arranged to do = avoid doing it
◻ I promised I’d go to the wedding. I don’t want to go, but I can’t get out of it now.
cut something out (of a newspaper, etc)
◻ There was a beautiful picture in the magazine, so I cut it out and kept it.
leave something out = omit it, not include it
◻ In the sentence “She said that she was sick,” you can leave out the word “that.”
fill out a form, a questionnaire, etc = write the necessary information on a form
◻ I have to fill out this application by the end of the week.
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