burn out phrasal verbsIn this lesson, we are going to continue talking about the phrasal verb ‘burn out’. Learn how to use ‘burn out’ in a few examples to help you understand how it can be used to talk about a light-bulb that doesn’t work or a fire that is not burning anymore.

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Phrasal Verb Lesson: Burn Out – An inseparable phrasal verb

Examples of where this phrasal verb is used 

  • The light bulb burned out after 2 years
  • We stopped putting wood on the campfire so that it would burn out.
  • The apartment fire was so intense that the firefighters had to wait for it to burn out.

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