1. show someone around
Today we are going to learn “show someone around”. It means to guide someone through and introduce them to some place.
(1). Let me show you around my house.
(2). You could pay big bucks for someone to show you around downtown Chicago – or you can take advantage of several free options.
2. put someone out
Another phrase is “put someone out”. It means to distress or inconvenience someone.
(1). You don’t have to help me. I don’t want to put you out.
(2). We don’t want to put anybody out, but it’s necessary for us to evolve our service as we go along.