*wear out*

GO OUT/GET IN So sorry for the confusion with yesterday’s tip. It seems the software I use to send the tips sent the wrong heading with the right tip!
Confused…..just change the heading to GET IN, and the examples and definition will be correct. (Thanks to all those who sent emails informing me of the problem.)

Join us for some Picanha and English conversation practice Tuesday Night and I can help resolve (instead of create) any confusion with your English !!!
All the details: HERE

Mike

*wear out*

Definition: to become weak or damaged because of overuse.
(This verb has more than one meaning)

E.g.1. Those trousers are worn out – look at the holes in the knees!
E.g.2. I love these shoes but I’m wearing the soles out.

This phrasal verb can be separated.

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