ASK OUT – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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ASK OUT
When you ask someone out, you ask them to go on a date with you. .

  • Tommy was too shy to ask that girl out!
  • I asked her out, but she said no.
  • You can’t ask her out. She has a boyfriend.

How about you? Have you asked anyone out recently? Has anyone asked you out?
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