Phrases to describe the activity of swimming
- Go swimming
- Go for a swim
- Go for a dip (in the pool, in the ocean, etc.)
- Take a dip (in the pool, in the ocean, etc.)
- Jump in the pool
Places to swim
- A "public pool" is available for anyone to swim in, sometimes for free and sometimes for a charge....
There are a few questions that English speakers ask at the beginning of a conversation. These questions are simple tools to find out if there are any interesting topics to discuss:
How are you?
How's it going?
You've certainly heard these...
You might know two or three ways to say "Hello" to someone, but there are actually dozens of different expressions.
Why do we need so many different ways to say "Hello"? One reason is that English speakers like to avoid repeating words. If one person says "Hello", the other person might...
When you're learning English, you can find a lot of phrases that seem to mean the same thing, but are a little bit different. It can be really hard to know which phrase you should use. A good example is phrases that you use to tell someone that you love them. There are so many different...
This is a list of phrases for showing appreciation or gratitude to someone in English.
Light "thank you" phrases
If someone does something small for you, you can say:
It's common to follow "Thanks" with a person's name or a word to address them: