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the best way out is always through... Can you explain the usage of "out" here? I think It is also okay for "out" to be out of this sentence. Thanks in advance!!!!!I want to change "be out of this sentence" into "be omitted from this sentence"
8 июня 2015 г., 1:51
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If you say "the best way out", you are trying to get "out" of something specific. as in "the best way out of town is on highway 34"
8 июня 2015 г.
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