Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Out"

Keep out.
Let me out!
I'm worn out.
She went out.
She is out now.
He has gone out.
I felt left out.
Keep the dog out.
My father is out.
My mother is out.
She has gone out.
Didn't you go out?
I should head out.
I was out all day.
Put out the light.
She threw him out.
I heard him go out.
The lights are out.
We ran out of food.
I ran out of breath.
She seldom goes out.
Time is running out.
Try it out yourself.
Tom was all worn out.
You keep out of this.
I got out of the taxi.
I've run out of money.
Nancy is stressed out.
She almost passed out.
The secret leaked out.
Did you see him go out?
He took out some coins.
He's out taking a walk.
She let the secret out.
Are you ready to go out?
Don't go out after dark.
Don't take it out on me.
How did things turn out?
She was about to go out.
The moon is already out.
We made it out of there.
Were you out last night?
Don't you want to go out?
She went out of the room.
They were seen to go out.
Did you go out last night?
He's fresh out of college.
I asked her out on a date.
I'm going out for a while.
She was out when I called.
This stain won't come out.
Get this stuff out of here.
Linda stuck her tongue out.
The seats are all sold out.
She asked him out on a date.
She pushed him out the door.
She wanted to go out anyway.
He took out his handkerchief.
She wants to go out with him.
Tom used to go out with Mary.
When is your book coming out?
Have you figured out the cost?
I was out of town on vacation.
May I go out for a short walk?
She pulled him out of the mud.
She pushed him out the window.
She went out to buy some food.
The children went out to play.
When do you plan to check out?
Would you put out the candles?
He had his socks on inside out.
He set out on a lonely journey.
He turned out to be her father.
I can't get her out of my mind.
I can't make out what she said.
I let the cat out of the house.
It turned out that I was right.
Tom was singled out for praise.
Don't let her go out after dark.
I was kicked out of high school.
I'm tired of him bawling me out.
Ten prisoners broke out of jail.
The rumor turned out to be true.
Comb your hair before you go out.
He took a coin out of his pocket.
He was worn out when he got home.
Her red dress made her stand out.
In spite of the rain, I went out.
Please move your car out of here.
She promised not to go out alone.
She put on her coat and went out.
Suddenly all the lights went out.
Tom slipped out of the classroom.
We went out in spite of the rain.
He was sick, so he did not go out.
I can't figure out why he said so.
I don't like your going out alone.
John took a key out of his pocket.
Mary took out the eggs one by one.
Watch out for thieves around here.
A cat came out from under the desk.
Bad weather kept us from going out.
Did anyone call me while I was out?
He came in just as I was going out.
Is it all right to eat out tonight?
The boss just chewed him out again.
What he said turned out to be true.
Could you please move out of my way?
I left the rest to him and went out.
Tom filled out the application form.
What he said turned out to be a lie.
What he said turned out to be false.
Suzy hopes that Tom will ask her out.
I couldn't go out because of the rain.
I couldn't go out because of the snow.
He stuck out his tongue at his teacher.
Dinosaurs died out a very long time ago.
I can't figure out what he really wants.
I don't think I'm cut out for city life.
I promise you I won't stay out too late.
Tom was caught sneaking out of the room.
A heavy snowstorm kept us from going out.
All of a sudden, all the lights went out.
I can't figure out what she really wants.
I don't feel like going out this morning.
I was going out, when the telephone rang.
My children wear out their shoes quickly.
She was stupid enough to go out with him.
Did you accomplish what you set out to do?
He finally achieved what he set out to do.
I can't figure out how to upload an image.
I didn't notice her going out of the room.
I don't feel like eating out this evening.
Tom was trying hard not to laugh out loud.
We couldn't go out because of the typhoon.
When does school let out for the holidays?
He stood out because he was wearing a suit.
I can't figure out how to solve the puzzle.
I can't figure out why you don't like jazz.
I'd love to hang out with you this weekend.
We tried to cheer him up by taking him out.
As soon as she saw me, she burst out crying.
Here come the police. Let's get out of here.
I figured out why the machine wouldn't work.
I'll take care of the dog while you are out.
Kathleen's statements turned out to be true.
She warned him not to go out at night alone.
We couldn't go out because of the snowstorm.
I can't figure out how to open this suitcase.
I can't figure out how to solve this problem.
I only found out about it purely by accident.
We couldn't go out because of the heavy rain.
When the fire broke out, he was sound asleep.
Would you look after the place while I'm out?
You'd better not go out in this cold weather.
As soon as she opened the door, a cat ran out.
Tom took his girlfriend out on Saturday night.
We couldn't figure out what Paul wanted to do.
A good cook doesn't throw out yesterday's soup.
Do we need to watch out for tigers around here?
Everybody in the room let out a sigh of relief.
I can't figure out how to operate this machine.
I spent yesterday reading instead of going out.
She didn't want him to go out with other women.
Who will look after the baby while they're out?
I can't figure out why he didn't tell the truth.
I can't go out because I have a lot of homework.
I couldn't go out on account of the bad weather.
Let's wrap up this work now and go out drinking.
I couldn't figure out what she was talking about.
I'd rather stay home than go out in this weather.
I'm sorry, but I don't feel like going out today.
I'm worn out, because I've been standing all day.
My daughter has grown out of all her old clothes.
She followed him home to find out where he lived.
Will you take care of the children while I'm out?
You'll get into trouble if your parents find out.
I didn't go out at all because you told me not to.
I can't figure out how to delete what I just posted.
I can't figure out what the writer is trying to say.
I couldn't call you; the telephone was out of order.
I'll give you five minutes to work out this problem.
I can't figure out how to register a new domain name.
I wish I could figure out how to control my appetite.
I can't figure out how to post a comment to this blog.
Americans have to spend hours figuring out their taxes.
Do you think you would ever consider going out with me?
He pointed out that the plan would cost a lot of money.
Let's go out and eat dinner together from time to time.
Please remember to put out the fire before you go home.
I can't figure out how to transfer MP3 files to my iPod.
We'll have to camp out if we can't find a place to stay.
He used to eat out every day, but now he can't afford it.
I didn't do well on the test so my parents chewed me out.
Please don't forget to put out the fire before you go home.
How could you just walk out the door without saying goodbye?
He was disappointed that things didn't turn out as he'd hoped.
I'd like to point out some problems regarding your suggestion.
When I opened the door of the refrigerator, an apple fell out.
You can go out, as long as you promise to be back by 11 o'clock.


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