Is it correct to say I am having a fling with/at (learning) French. Or is it, at something and with someone? (Thank you in advance since for some reason I'm not receiving any notification)
Jul 22, 2019 4:57 PM
Answers · 7
having a fling = having a love affair / romance
July 22, 2019
Thank you Seth! I'll remember: With+Person :)
July 23, 2019
Great question! Usually we say a fling is with a person or a hobby. A fling is always temporarary. ´´I had a fling with him last year´´. (it means the two people dated briefly) ´´I´m having a fling with learning French´´ (this is not as common, but I have heard similar expressions)
July 22, 2019
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