GOOF OFF – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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GOOF OFF
What does it mean when someone says goof off? Well, the phrasal verb goof off means to waste time and to not be doing the thing that you are supposed to do.

  • You know, you’ve been goofing off all day. When are you going to start studying for your exams?
  • The boss was really angry when Jack was goofing off in the office.
  • Alright, stop goofing off and let’s get to work. This report isn’t going to finish itself you know.

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