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Commonly Confused Words Carry On vs Carry Out
Carry On – to continue doing a task are activity
- We do not want to take a break. We want to carry on working.
- I did not stop to see what happened. I wanted to carry on driving.
- My sister's hear a loud noise, but I just carried on sleeping.
- We need to carry on walking, so we can get to the car before dark.
- Tom moved to the city to carry on his education.
Carry Out – to preform a task or activity.
- Cleaning the local park was carried out by the students.
- Do you know who carried out the work on my car?
- The nurses have to carry out what the doctors tell them.
- I have a lot of work to carry out to day.
- They are going to carry out the work on my house next week.