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Look Out! There Are Sharks Around Here!

Posted by Lindsay McMahon on Thu, Jul 25, 2013 @ 07:51 AM

Look out  English expression  sharkToday we are going to talk about how to use the expression "look out."

Here is a sample sentence:


"Look out! I think I just saw a shark in the water!"

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Look out

  • danger look outMeaning: We say "look out" when we want to warn someone that they are in danger. We might say this when someone is about to be hit by a ball, is swimming near a shark, or is hiking in a dangerous area. 

  • Grammar Tip: This phrasal verb is inseparable. You cannot put anything between "look" and "out"

  • Examples: "Look out! That baseball is coming right for your head." or "Look out! There are nails all over the deck and you're not wearing shoes."







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Topics: Phrasal Verbs

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