Phrasal Verbs.

‘Point out’ – means, to indicate something, to bring something to a person’s or people’s attention.

Example; ‘We would just like to ‘point out’ that Oye! has a course starting on Sunday, 7th October – Friday, 12th October (inclusive).

‘Check out’ – has two meanings, to look over something or examine something.  ‘Check out’ the details above on the Oye! web page’.

It can also mean to leave a hotel.  You check in and ‘check out’.

Example; ‘Can I ‘check out’ a little later tomorrow?’

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