THE VERB 'stay out'

Hello!, how are you?

Nice to ‘see’ you again!

Example: ‘I don?t mind your staying out ?till late tonight’

Can you correct this sentence, please?

I hesitate about the verb “stay out”. Do you use it
to mean someone is not at home, and maybe
he/she is having
some fun with some friends.

Would you use ?go out?instead?

Thank you very much!


Hi Jesus

“Stay out” is perfect, especially in combination with the idea of “till late”. “Go out” doesn’t really work well in the sentence.