I'm going out for a while.
Be sure to give me a call when you get there.
I've booked tickets online.
Can you let me know when you get there?
It's going to rain. You'd better bring an umbrella.
I've got a matter to deal with and I need to go out.
A: Honey, I'm going out for a few days.
B: Oh, my god. It's really not a good message, we've already booked a ticket to Denmark for a holiday.
A: I'm so sorry. But there's something wrong with the project I'm in charge of. And my boss asked me to go on a business trip tomorrow.
B: Alright. Your job matters most. How many days are you going to be there?
A: A week at most. I'll take you on a trip after I get back.
B: Well, plans always fall behind changes. I'll help you with the luggage.
A: By the way. It's winter in the city I'm going to. Get some heavy clothes for me.
B: I see. Who are you going with this time?
A: I will go alone, because my secretary has taken the wedding leave.
B: You must take good care of yourself and drink more hot water. I put some cold medicine in the suitcase for you.
A: It's very considerate of you. Thank you, dear.
B: Remember to buy a present for me when you come back.