έξω is a very useful word. Words in news reports starting with έξ(ω) usually have some meaning of 'external/outside'—such as Foreign Minister, external influences and all those other words that start ex... in English. Browse through the έξ... section of your favourite Greek dictionary.
Hmm, I find it interesting that Greek uses a phrasal verb here that corresponds so directly to English- most other (non-Germanic) languages I have studied have a distinct verb that means "go out" and usually do not allow [verb + preposition without complement]...για παράδειγμα, ποια είναι η διαφορά μεταξύ αυτής της φράσης και "η γυναίκα βγαίνει";
I am still having trouble with the answer boxes for questions relating type what you hear. For this question I type the γ and the answer is wrong and displays the ν instead. I have had this problem with the question all time maybe some others as well . Very frustrating especially when being reminded about accent's.