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Phrasal Verb of the Day

watch out

Today: Mon, 30 Mar 2020

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Meaning:

If you tell someone to watch out, you tell them to be careful or warn them of a danger.

For example:

  • watch out Watch out! There's a car coming! Get off the road.

  • watch out There are lots of thieves on these buses, so if you don't watch out you'll lose your wallet.

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Quick Quiz

Vivian told me to watch out because there was

a. something interesting on TV

b. a bull running straight at me

c. an important message on my desk
a) something interesting on TV b) a bull running straight at me c) an important message on my desk