This week, let’s have a look at some phrasal verbs. A phrasal verb is a verb plus a preposition which is used as an idiom. In everyday conversational English, we prefer using phrasal verbs. Today we will look at “cut out”
Phrasal Verb: Cut out
Definition: To stop doing something
Use: A person can cut out a food, drink, or doing something
Structure: cut out [something] or cut [something] out
- Lucy cut fried foods out of her diet.
- The doctor told me to exercise and cut out snacks.
- It would be difficult for her to cut out drinking wine.
Practice: Have you cut out anything from your diet? What would be difficult to cut out?