Check out vs. Check on

jokaec

Senior Member
Chinese - Hong Kong
I found a mistake on the second paragraph of your article. Please "check it out" or "check on it".

Are they both correct? If so, which is better in this situation? Thank you!
 
  • jokaec

    Senior Member
    Chinese - Hong Kong
    "Check it out" is correct. "Check on" carries with it the idea that you are a "caretaker" and concerned about someone's welfare.
    Thank you, abiding! I thought "check on it" carries a softer tone than "check it out". Am I right?
     
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