go out

This page is about the phrasal verb go out.

Meaning: to leave your home and go somewhere for enjoyment or entertainment

For example:

  • go out Did you go out last night, or did you have a quiet night at home?

  • go out We used to go out every Saturday night when we were young, but these days we just stay home.

Quick Quiz:

The girls are going out, so they're getting into

a. their party dresses

b. their work uniforms

c. their birthday suits

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