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    Keep off(out of) the grass?

    I think out of also makes sense in the below, but is it impossible? My grammar books says off is the answer.

    ex)Keep off(out of) the grass.

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    Re: Keep off(out of) the grass?

    It's not impossible. But it seems your book is trying to teach you common expressions that are in actual use in English. Not all possibilities.

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