Get out of (something)

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