Do you know the English expression “to get out of (something)” or “to get out of (doing something)“?
Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?
Kylie: I’m going to try to get out of tennis practice tonight. I’m too tired to go.
Nathan: How are you going to get out of going to tennis practice? You have a match at the weekend!
Kylie: I’m going to tell the coach I’m sick.
Does it mean:
a) to try to do something
b) to avoid something you want to do
c) to avoid something you should do
d) to do something difficult
The answer is below!↓
Answer: c) to avoid something you should do