Daily Vitamin: FOOL EXPRESSIONS (TO FOOL AROUND)
04 / 04 / 2019
Idioms/Expressions

Happy Thursday, everyone! Are you ready for our next lesson in our week of Fool Expressions?

Today we are learning the expression TO FOOL AROUND

Definition 1: To spend time doing nothing productive. 

Example 1: I just fooled around on Facebook for the last hour. I can't believe I spend so much time on social media. 

Example 2: Stop fooling around; we have to clean the house!

Definition 2: To have sexual relations. 

Example 3: Did you guys fool around?

Example 4: I think they fooled around after the party on Saturday. 

There's a similar expression, to mess around, that has the same meaning as Definition 1. We looked at this expression in 2011. You can read that lesson at the following link: https://www.ziggurat.es/leccion_ingles/1778

This concludes today's lesson. I hope you have a great day.

See you tomorrow!