Afloat?


#1

Hello everyone,

Alan has written another great piece in which he explains why he hates flying but loves travelling by sea: Afloat?[YSaerTTEW443543]

TOEIC listening, photographs: In the deep South[YSaerTTEW443543]


#2

I’d like to know if swoop over is rhe right form to “say travel above a country”, or you mean that while you are traveling the plain is making risky movements.
alfwm


#3

"sit in a plane and look down (if the weather allows you) on all the countries you are swooping over, "

It indicates that you fly down to a lower height and move quickly over those countries.


#4

It’s a kind of lifestyle I like to live feel free at all the time avoid oppression.


#5

“A swimmer is free in the swimming pool”.


#6

Float a project, plan or idea, you suggest it for others to think about.


#7

The French had floated the idea of placing the diplomatic work in the hands of the U.N.


#8

Milk float


#9

Float around


#10

A rumour or idea that is floating around is often heard or talked about.


#11

You can also float something on a liquid.


#12

I noticed hundred euro bills floating in the water.


#13

Empty things float.


#14

The white cloud of smoke floated away.


#15

If a company manager float their company, they start to sell shares in it to the public.


#16

I floated my firm on the stock market.


#17

They are borrowing just to stay afloat, not for investment.


#18

A ship is afloating in the water.


#19

Incorrect.
A ship is afloat on the water.
A ship is floating on the water.


#20

Hello Everybody!
I never went on a cruise, but I would like to do it. Maybe I`ll do with my sister and her daugther. I just went to Mikonos (from Athens) on a big boat, but the trip was just like 5 hours of duration.

I loved the history!

Best,
Julianna