a) You take somebody in your car and leave them somewhere.b) You make or help somebody leave a place.a) You let something fall out of your hand.b) You deliver something somewhere.
a) I dropped my friends off.b) I dropped off my friends.c) I dropped them off.d) I dropped off them.e) They were dropped off.
a) Could you drop me off _________________outside the hotel, please? drop your books offb) I work near the library. Shall I ___________ for you? Shall I drop you off?c) Where _____________________________? ‘Justhere will be fine, thanks.’
a) I was dropped off right outside my house, which was great. √b) Oh no! I forgot to drop off that packagefor my boss! √c) Sue s driving – why don t you ask her todrop off? X ... to drop you off?
• The opposite of drop somebody or something off is pick somebody or something up:• Parents can drop off or pick up their children outside the school.