Hang Out! One-Point American English Idiom Lesson

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Hang out means to spend leisure time doing nothing in particular. When you spend time relaxing at home, in the park or with friends, you can use “hang out.”
There are two structures. You can hang out with someone or you can hang out somewhere.
Here are some examples

  • I am hanging out with Fred on Friday. Do you want to join us?
  • I can’t hang out with you tomorrow, I have to go to school
  • Johnny is hanging out at Brad’s house tonight
  • It’s a beautiful day. Let’s hang out in the park

Where do you like to hang out? Leave a comment and let us know!

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