LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||07/JUN/2009 1:22 AM|
|Assunto:||Hang out vs Go out|
to hang out = to spend idle time with a certain person or group and/or at a certain place
hangout = a place where someone hangs out
Some friends are having a party next Sunday in San Luis. Maybe you'd like to come by, hang out with us, and have a bite to eat.
When I was a boy, I lived in a very small town. The favorite hangout for teens was "The Malt Shop". My brother was ten years older than I, and he would hang out there with his friends.
Some people like to hang out in bars, but I don't drink. I don't know of any hangouts here in Santo Domingo. I assume that some people use bars here as hangouts.
I hung out with my son today. We went to see a movie and we dined at a Korean restaurant.
Do you want to hang out with me tomorrow? I'm going to watch a game on TV and have a few beers.
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