c phrasal verbs - check into to go to a place that you are...

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check into to go to a place that you are expected and tell someone you have arrived example: A person walks into a hotel lobby and says, “I’m here to check in . I have a reservation.” check off to remove items from a to-do list because you have completed them example: to-do list buy groceries feed the dog clean the bathroom make lunch call mom “I have checked off ‘buy groceries’ and ‘feed the dog’ because I did those this morning.” check on to make sure someone or something is okay. example: The mother checks on her children every night before she goes to bed. check out of to let the authorities know you are leaving a place before you leave. example: A person walks into a hotel lobby and says, “I’m ready to leave. I’m checking out of the hotel. Here’s my key.” check out 1. (same as previous) 2. to examine someone or something to make sure it is working properly or to examine something because you like it example: “I’m going to check out my phone number in the phone book to make
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course ESL -- taught by Professor -- during the Spring '08 term at Abilene Christian University.

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c phrasal verbs - check into to go to a place that you are...

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