Idiom: A day at the beach Ron and Lisa are both students in the same class in university. It’s nearing the end of the term and Ron is stressed about his finals… Ron: I’ve been doing research for two days now, and I don’t feel
Idiom: To bring sand to the beach Sandra and Jane are discussing a friend’s up-coming birthday… Sandra: I don’t know what to get Julia – and her birthday party is this weekend! Jane: I know she likes bracelets. She certainly has a lot of them.
Idiom: to bury one’s head in the sand; used as a verb First Example: Teacher: Joe, can we talk about your test? Joe: I know. I did terribly. But I’ll do better next time. Teacher: Isn’t this the third one you’ve failed?
Idiom: Life’s a beach Example 1: Mikey: My friends think I’m having a difficult time because of my new job, but to be honest, life’s a beach right now. Rafael: Life’s always a beach with you. You’re probably the only person I know who always has a good
Idiom: A Beach Bum Example 1: Chip: Dude, you never go to school. What do you do all day? Dale: It’s the summer bro. We’re next to the sand and sea. What’s better than being a beach bum this time of the year? As far as I’m concerned,