I’m out of here!

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Notice that the stress falls on “out”, so “of” is weak, and has the vowel /ə/. Remember not to open your mouth too much for this sound.

This also means “I’m leaving”, and is even more informal. We often say it if we don’t like what’s happening, and want to leave quickly, for example, if someone you really don’t like arrives.

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