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I don't want you to get the matter out still I return back.

I have a habit of smoking. Could you suggest me a way to get out of it?

I haven't going out much since I have been at this forum.

I joined the competition in the hope of getting something out of it, but it proved otherwise.

I am having a bit injury on my toes, so if I can get out playing football, I will.

Are these sentences correct?

Plese help me.
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I don't want you to get the matter out until I return. -- I don't understand your meaning.

I have the habit of smoking. Could you suggest a way to break it?

I haven't been going out much since I have been at this forum.

I joined the competition in the hope of getting something out of it, but it proved otherwise. -- OK

My toes are slightly injured, so if I can get out of playing football, I will.
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Thank you Mister Micawber.

I don't want you to get the matter out until I return. -- I don't understand your meaning.
I don't want you to let the matter out until I return