Phrasal Verb Make Out 3The phrasal verb ‘make out‘ is used in three different ways. In this lesson, we show you the meaning to hear something or understand something.

Listen to the whole English audio lesson, then do the exercises below to check and see if you understand how to use it in context.

 

Phrasal Verb Lesson: Make Out

Decide which sentence uses the phrasal verb ‘Make out’ correctly? Leave your answer here

  1. I couldn’t make out in the English dialogue.
  2. I couldn’t make out the English dialogue.
  3. I couldn’t make it out the English dialogue.


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