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    Weigh out

    I have tried to use the phrasal verb "weigh out" in my sentence. Would you please correct my mistakes?

    I went to the market to buy some groceries. The farmer with a ruddy face and large hat weighed out two kilograms of potatoes and gave me the plastic bag wishing me a nice day.

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    Re: Weigh out

    I'd add a comma after "bag". Other than that, it's fine.
    I am not a teacher.

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