Check Out – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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CHECK OUT
When you check something out, you look at it or investigate it in order to learn more about it.

  • I want to check out the new pizza shop in my neighborhood.
  • I hear some fire engines on the next block. Let’s go check it out.
  • They just built a new roller coaster in the amusement park. Let’s check it out.

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