to be out of touch (with someone) (to not have contact [with someone])
A: Are you still in touch with Pierre?
B: No. We’ve been out of touch for years. We lost touch after he went back to France.
A: I heard that Liliana has been out of touch with her parents for years.
B: Yes, I heard that too. I wonder why she doesn’t try to get in touch with them.
Can you make a sentence using “to be out of touch”?