Cut Out (Eliminate) – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

MIchael Phrasal Verbs Leave a Comment

learn-english-free-lesson-PV-CUT-OUT

CUT OUT
The phrasal verb CUT OUT has a number of meanings, but for this one-point lesson, the meaning we will focus on is “to eliminate” or “stop doing.”

  • It’s impossible for me to cut out drinking coffee 😅
  • Jack’s doctor told him to cut out smoking.

How about you? Is there anything that you want to cut out? Have you recently cut out anything?
Leave a comment below and let us know!





Show your support →

CHECK OUT MY TRANSCRIPTS & BOOKS

PODCAST TRANSCRIPTS

Free Sample HERE

eBOOKs & PAPERBACKS

set-of-4-happy-english-learning-booksFLAT




happy_english_books_kobo-sony-reader
happy_english_books_download_pdf

Comments

comments