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Anyone here have lesson plans or info for teaching the many words that start with "out" such as: outrun, outdo, outfight, outfly, outbid, outdrink, etc etc. There are many of these words, and it seems some are used more commonly only in particular forms but not commonly in all (infinitive/simple past/past participle).

Does anyone here have any info on teaching these "out" words? It's proving difficult to find anything specific on search engines.

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I wrote up this quick list, what are your thoughts?

outbid

to make a higher bid

amount of money

outdrink

to drink a large amount

amount of liquid

outdrive

to drive faster

faster speed

outdrive

to drive longer

longer period of time

outdrive

hit a golf ball farther

longer distance

outfight

fight harder or more skillfully

higher level of competition

outfly

to fly farther

longer distance

outfly

to fly faster

faster speed

outgrow

to increase faster

increase faster

outgrow

to increase in size too much

increase in size too much too fast

outride

to ride faster/farther/more skillfully

faster speed

outride

to ride a longer/farther distance

longer distance

outride

to ride more skillfully

higher level of skill

outrun

to run faster

faster speed

outrun

to run a longer distance

longer distance

outsell

to obtain more money

amount of money

outsell

to sell more of a product

amount of products

outshine

to shine brighter

brighter light

outshine

to perform better

higher level of skill

outshine

to excel in showiness/splendor

higher level of glamour

outshoot

to have better aim

higher level of accuracy

outspend

to spend more money

amount of money

outswim

to swim faster

faster speed

outswim

to swim a longer distance

longer distance

outthink

to outdo, surpass, go beyond, transcend

higher level of thinking

outthink

to think quickly

faster thinking