Hit the town // Off the beaten track // Soak up some sun

Today we will review three new idioms. Hit the town, Off the beaten track, and Soak up some sun. Review the definitions below and then look at the 3 example sentences for each idiom. After reviewing the information, try to make your own examples for each idiom.

 

IDIOMMEANING
Hit the town"To go out and have a good time in the city"
Off the beaten track"In a place where few people go"
Soak up some sun"To go outside and get a suntan"

HIT THE TOWN

#EXAMPLES
1We decided to hit the town last Saturday night.
2She said that she is a little too tired to hit the town tonight.
3It's my birthday! Let's hit the town.

OFF THE BEATEN TRACK

#EXAMPLES
1The guest house that we decided to stay at was completely off the beaten track.
2I think the building we are looking for is a little bit off the beaten track.
3We found a great vacation spot off the beaten track.

SOAK UP SOME SUN

#EXAMPLES
1This summer I want to soak up some sun.
2Were you able to soak up some sun when you went to Bermuda last month?
3He decided to soak up some sun this afternoon at the beach.

 

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