Learn the meaning of English phrasal verb: Fall Out. This phrasal verb has 2 different meanings but this lesson focuses on a problem in a relationship, a fight or a quarrel.
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Phrasal Verb Lesson 244: Fall Out #2
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Alternative meaning: To fight, quarrel or have a problem in a relationship
- The kids have fallen out and are no longer speaking to one another.
- The kids had a fight and are no longer speaking to one another.
- I never want to fall out with you because we are best friends.
- I never want to have a fight with you and never speak again because we are best friends.
Additional Examples where this phrasal verb is used as a noun:
- My mom had a falling out with her step-sister and they can’t be together in the same room anymore.
- When I found out my friend was saying bad things about me, I confronted her and we had a falling out.
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