One of my favorite things to do is to eat out. There is a large variety of restaurants in NYC, and if you like to eat out, you can find cuisine from all over the world here, in all price ranges.
Today, let’s have a look at the phrasal verb eat out
Definition: To eat a meal at a restaurant instead of at home
Use: You can eat out or eat out at a place
Structure: eat out or eat out [somewhere]
- We like to eat out on Friday nights.
- Lenny said he ate out at that new Italian restaurant on 32nd Street.
Practice: Where do you like to eat out?
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