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I usually go outside to hang out with my friends.

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anonymoushanging with my friends

That doesn't work for me.

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kumenglish

I usually go outside to hang out with my friends. You don't need "go outside to" in that sentence.


If you must have that meaning in the sentence, you may say: I usually spend time outside hanging with my friends (on the weekend).

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Thanks for your sentence.

I am trying to learn the phrasal verb "hang out" by including it in the sentence.

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I usually go to hang out with my friends on the weekend.

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kumenglishI usually go to hang out with my friends on the weekend.