Is there a difference between “shout out” and “shout to”? Check this post and find out.
According to Speak Speak, using different prepositions for the verb ‘shout’ changes the meaning.
This suggests that we’re angry.
- The receptionist decided to leave because the boss often shouted at her.
- Please don’t shout at me: calm down and speak normally.
When we shout to someone, we want them to hear us. They might be on the other side of the street, or a distance from us in a noisy place.
- She shouted to me from the upstairs window.
- I shouted to them across the busy road, but they didn’t hear me.
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