"come out of the sea after a swim. "does it make sense? Hi I want to describe a beach scene. I was so hot that I entered the sea. I was bathing and swimming for twenty minutes. Then I came out of the sea and went to the dry sand after passing the wet sand on the shore. I just wanted to lie down under the sand. some verbs need native speakers check. thank you very much
Feb 8, 2017 10:04 PM
Answers · 2
I was feeling very hot so I went for a swim in the sea. I was frolicking and swimming for twenty minutes before I swam back to shore and brushed some wet sand off my body. Then I went to the dry sand and lay on it.
February 8, 2017
From a native point of view, most people would say "I was swimming for 20 minutes" and wouldn't mention bathing. You would want to lay down on the sand not under the sand (unless you wanted to be buried under the sand). The rest all makes sense. Hope that helps
February 8, 2017
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