Get out of ……

Can you complete this English expression? It means “can’t be controlled any longer”.

Get out of …….

a) mind

b) leg

c) arm

d) hand

The answer is below!↓

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Answer: d) hand

Get out of hand!

Example: “The party got out of hand when the gang turned up.”

By I Talk You Talk Press – Easy English Reading

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