Today, we’re going to look at the different ways that you can use the phrase out of your way or out of the way. I’m going to show you four useful phrases that you can use in your everyday English conversations and writing. Let’s check them out.
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- I’d love to go to that pizza shop but it’s a little bit out of my way. Let’s just go to the diner.
- When I was driving in Pennsylvania last weekend, I went to a little out-of-the-way antique shop. It was awesome.
- I remember the time that my car broke down on the highway at night. The police officer who stopped there went out of her way to help me out.
- I’m very grateful to my boss because he went out of his way to get me that promotion
- I’m sorry to bother you but they’re going to be moving some furniture out of the conference room, so you’ll need to get out of the way for a while.
- There was a tall guy sitting in front of me at the concert and he was totally in the way. Luckily after about 20 minutes he got out of the way by moving to another seat.
- I know you have a tight schedule today so I’m going to do my best to keep out of your way.
- My roommate has several reports to finish for school this week, so I’m going to totally keep out of his way.
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