Grammar Patterns

V n from n; V n out of n

V n from n; V n out of n

He carves his figures from white pine and yellow poplar.
The younger of the girls asks Andrew to carve a pendant out of a piece of a driftwood.
When Johnny couldn't beg or charm a meal from a civilian, he at times would stoop to stealing.
The former MP was jailed for charming two women out of their £115,000 life savings.
They have charmed money out of the pockets of credulous citizens.
She flew at him and actually chased him from the house.
He chased them out of the camp and across the desert.
He took his flashlight from his jacket pocket.
I took the pearls out of the safe to show them to the boys.
  • carve
  • charm
  • chase
  • clip
  • coax
  • conjure
  • construct
  • create
  • fashion
  • get
  • hew
  • hound
  • make
  • manufacture
  • pluck
  • prize
  • pull
  • squeeze
  • take
  • wheedle
  • wring
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