Read out – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To read out something (or read something out) is to read the words and say them so that people can hear you.

Examples of use:

1. Simon, can you read the instructions out for me, please?

2. She read out the names of the winners.

read out
present simple
read out and reads out
-ing form
reading out
past simple
read out
past participle
read out

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