Stay over – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To stay over is to sleep at someone’s house for the night.

Examples of use:

1. It’s very late. Why don’t you stay over and we’ll drive you home in the morning?

2. Hi mum. I’m staying over at Janet’s house tonight. I’ll be home tomorrow.

3. I stayed over at Bill and Jean’s house last night because my car wouldn’t start.

4. Can my friends stay over tonight, mum?

infinitive
stay over
present simple
stay over and stays over
-ing form
staying over
past simple
stayed over
past participle
stayed over

Can you think of any ways to use the phrasal verb ‘stay over‘ in a sentence?

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