Phrasal verb SORT OUT

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    SORT OUT

    1. To sort out something (or sort something out) is to organize or arrange things which are untidy.

    Examples of use:

    1. My bookcase is in a mess. I need to sort out my books.
    2. Your room is very untidy. Sort out your clothes and put them in your cupboard, please.

     

    2. To sort out something (or sort something out) is also to resolve a problem or misunderstanding.

    Examples of use:

    1. I had a problem with my car brakes but my brother sorted them out.
    2. If my parents have any trouble with their computer their neighbour always sorts it out for them.
    3. Will you two stop arguing and sort out your disagreements?!

     

    3. To sort out something (or sort something out) is to discuss it with someone and make a decision about what to do.

    1. We need to sort out the arrangements for our holiday.
    2. Let’s sit down and sort out the guest list for the wedding.

     

    infinitivesort out
    present simplesort out and sorts out
    -ing formsorting out
    past simplesorted out
    past participlesorted out

     

     

     

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