Go Out, Get Out, Get off, Go Abroad, Leave

El otro día vimos phrasal verbs con la partícula out. Para seguir en la misma vena, hoy quiero hablar de los verbos go out, get out, get off, leave, etc.

Más phrasal verbs aquí.

Go out = salir de marcha, ir a una fiesta, hacer algo social.

This Friday we’re going out for a drink. Would you like to come?

She doesn’t go out very often. She really prefers staying home.

Get out = irse, escapar, salir (del coche)

Let’s get out of here. I don’t like this place.

She got out of the car and went into the shop.

The fireman got out of the building just before it collapsed.

Get off = salir del trabajo

What time do you get off work this evening?

He usually gets off work at 5, but yesterday he got off at 7. 

Go abroad = ir fuera del pais, ir al extranjero

My cousin wants to go abroad when he finishes his studies.

Have you ever been abroad?

More and more Spaniards are going abroad to work.

Cuidado! No usamos “go out” para este tipo de frase, pero podemos decirlo para salir de la ciudad.

I’m going out of town this weekend. I’ll be in Chinchón until Sunday night.

Leave = irse, partir (concretamente cuando decimos de donde partimos)

If we leave home at 3 o’clock, we’ll arrive by 4.

He left Barcelona when he was just a child, and hasn’t been back since.

Enjoy and see you soon!

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