Turn Out – Phrasal Verb English Lesson

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Turn Out
Turn out refers to the outcome of someone’s effort and we use turn out when we ask or talk about the result of that effort.

  • The first time I made pizza it didn’t turn out too well.
  • The party turned out well. Everyone had a nice time.

How about you? What have you done recently? How did it turn out?

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