Context #1 – Tim: Have you heard about the new ride and Magic Mountain called the Death Drop? John: Yeah, I heard it’s super scary. Have you been on it? Tim: Well, we went there this weekend and I was going to go on it
Context #1 Sam: Last night we found this really awesome restaurant for authentic southern BBQ! Tony: Really? Where is it? Sam: It’s a tiny little hole in the wall right on the corner of Main St. and First. The food is cheap and delicious! Context
First Example: Tom: Chris said your son is dating? Carol: That’s what he’s telling everyone. Tom: I thought he was only 13! Carol: He is. It’s only puppy love. But he and his girlfriend are so cute
Idiom: to pal around (with) (used as a verb) First Example: Christina: Have you seen Jackie lately? Beatrice: No, she seems to spend all her time with Tim. Christina: They do seem to spend a lot of time together. Do you think they’re dating?
Idiom: to pitch camp Example 1: Rob: Let’s go camping before the summer ends. What do you think? Alex: I have zero camping skills. I don’t even know how to make a tent. Rob: You mean to pitch camp? Alex: Huh? Rob: Pitching camp is easy man. I can teach you how