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Welcome back to the Daily Vitamin, everyone!

Today we are continuing with our Phrasal Verbs related to Romance. Today we are looking at the phrasal verb TO ASK SOMEONE OUT

Definition: To ask someone to go on a date. 

Example 1: The guy from the cafe finally asked me out. We have a date on Friday. 

Example 2: Are you going to ask her out? I think she would say yes. 

Example 3: We met in February, but he didn't ask me out until June. He was so shy. 

As you can see, this phrasal verb is TRANSITIVE and SEPARABLE.

That's all for today's lesson. Thank you for reading!