Useful Phrasal Verb “Check Out” ~ Check it out!

Check out this useful English phrasal verb

At Wellington House Idiomas Barcelona, we like to give you quality English education, but we also think it’s very important to give you useful English for you to use on a day-to-day basis. The English language, much the same as most languages, often functions on slang or informal language and the phrasal verb “Check out” is a good example. We use this English phrasal verb VERY frequently and I am going to suggest you start using it in your English writing and speaking work.

English Phrasal Verb ~ Check out

phrasal verb check out meaning and definitionMeaning/definition of English Phrasal verb “Check out” Number 1. – I often use the phrasal verb “check out” to tell somebody to have a look at or inspect something. Remember, this is informal English language and has more than one use.

Phrasal Verb “Check out” Example 1.
Ben ~ “Have you heard the new Lady Ga-Ga album?”
Maria ~ “No, but my sister bought it today so I will check it out tonight!”

Phrasal Verb “Check out” Example 2.
Ben ~ “What are you doing on the weekend?”
David ~ “I’m going to check out the new coffee shop that opened in the city center last week.”

meaning of english phrasal verb check out

Meaning/definition of English Phrasal verb “Check out” Number 2. – Another use for English phrasal verb “check out” is to describe the action of paying your bill and leaving your hotel or hostel etc

Phrasal Verb “Check out” Example 1. 
Ben ~ “What time do we have to check out of the hotel in the morning?”
Sylvia ~ “Normally, check out is at 10am but at this hotel we can stay until 11am”
Ben ~ “Oh great, I can sleep a little more then!”

Phrasal Verb “Check out” Example 2.
Ben ~ “What time shall we meet tomorrow?”
David ~ “My girlfriend and I have to check out of our hotel at 10am so we could meet you in the cafe at 10.15am?”
Ben ~ “We don’t have to check out until 11am so we will meet you later in the city center, I will ring you!”

There are more uses for “Check out”, but these are the two main ones, and I don’t want to confuse you with any more. Don’t forget to “check out” our Facebook page for more FREE ENGLISH!!! 🙂

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