Run Out Of – American Idiom Lesson

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Run Out (Of)
When you run out of something, you have used all of that thing. Remember, run is an irregular verb, run…ran…run.

  • I ran out of milk, so I can’t have cereal for breakfast.
  • I hope I don’t run out of coffee.
  • The printer ran out of toner!

Have you run out of anything recently?

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