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  • Hello, everybody. Today were going to talk about the expressiondrop out’.

  • Hi, Wallace. Hello, everyone. ‘Drop outis a common expression that use to describe a person who stops taking a class.

  • or stops participating in an event, like a presidential election for example.

  • That’s it. I have a cousin who was in college, but she got pregnant and dropped out.

  • Is she going to get married?

  • No. She decided to drop out so she could stay home with the baby.

  • That’s a very difficult decision

  • I know. But she is young. She can always start again later

  • Hi, Linda. What’s wrong?

  • Oh, hi, Sally. I’m so upset! My parents won’t give me money to travel.

  • Why not?

  • They say I’m not doing very well at school, and I have to improve my grades.

  • I think youre really smart and should dedicate more time to your studies!

  • You sound just like my parents!! I’ll just drop out of school, get a job, and go to Europe with my money!

  • What kind of job can a high school dropout get?

  • I think I can get a job at a fast food restaurant.

  • Good luck! Youll spend years saving up money for a trip to Europe! Don’t drop out!

  • Stay in school, get a good job, and then travel to Europe in style!!

  • Yeahmaybe youre right. I’m going to think better about this.

  • Hi, Jim. Did you hear about Clifford?

  • The presidential candidate? No. What happened?

  • He dropped out of the race.

  • He dropped out?! But he was ahead in the polls! Why did he decide to drop out?

  • Well, apparently he has a heart disease, and hell need to spend some time in the hospital.

  • That’s too bad. He was the best candidate.

  • I agree. I was going to vote for him

  • Hi, grandpa.

  • Hi, sweetheart. Did you think about what we discussed?

  • Yes. I decided not to drop out of school.

  • That’s a very smart decision. Your education is the most important thing in your life right now.

  • I know…I won’t drop out, and youll help me improve my grades.

  • It’s a deal!

  • She decided to drop out so she could stay home with the baby.

  • I’ll just drop out of school, get a job, and go to Europe with my money!

  • What kind of job can a high school dropout get?

  • Don’t drop out!

  • He dropped out of the race.

  • Why did he decide to drop out?

  • I decided not to drop out of school.

Hello, everybody. Today were going to talk about the expressiondrop out’.

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Drop Out - Common Phrasal Verbs in English - Daily English Conversation

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    Sam posted on 2015/04/04
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