Complete the sentences using a verb + in or out (of).
We go to restaurants a lot. We like ***. (*to eat out* is also possible but don’t use it.)
Lisa walked to the edge of the pool, dived in and swam to the other end.
Not all the runners finished the race. Three of them dropped out.
I went to see joe and Sophie in their new house. They moved in last week.
I’ve told you everything you need to know. I don’t think I’ve left out anything.
Some people in the crowd started singing. Then a few more people joined in and soon everybody was singing.
We go to restaurants a lot. We like eating out. (*to eat out* is also possible but don’t use it.)
Don’t be taken in by him. If I were you, I wouldn’t beli eve anything he says.
I dropped in to see Laura a few days ago. She was fine.
A: Can we meet tomorrow morning at 10? B: Probably. I’m supposed to go to another meeting, but I think I can get out of it.