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Did you know that you can check out from a hotel, check out books from the library, check out at the supermarket, and even check out the new cars at the Auto Show. Today, I’m going to show you several different ways that we use the phrasal verb CHECK OUT and give you some example sentences so that you can see these in use.
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- I’m going to have breakfast after I check out.
- We’re lucky. The hotel manager said we could check out at 12:30.
- My mom usually checks out two or three books every time she goes to the library.
- At my local library, you can only check out six books at one time.
- At the Apple store, you can check out at any table because the staff uses an iPhone as a cash register.
- Around Christmas time, there’s always a long line at the department store to check out.
- I checked out a couple of cameras at the electronics store. I think I’m going to go with a Canon.
- Hey, can I check out your iPad for a minute?
- It seems like Apple hasn’t created any new devices since Steve Jobs checked out.
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