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    hit the beach !

    Hi everyone.Today I listened to a MP3 File. I think I heard something like this sentence :"let's go hit the beach" and "let's go hit the bar". Please explain these sentences to me. And now what is difference between these sentences : a. I hit him.b. let's go hit the beach. It's better to give me some examples like these sentences. Particular "b". ----------------- I hope that Rover_KE does not warn me for Title of this thread ! If there are mistakes in writing, please show me them, too.Thank you.
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    Re: hit the beach !

    I am not a teacher.

    'Hit', in 'hit the beach/bar' is informal, and simply means to go there.

    'I hit him' = 'I struck him', and uses the literal meaning of 'to hit'.

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    Re: hit the beach !

    Quote Originally Posted by Roman55 View Post
    I am not a teacher.'Hit', in 'hit the beach/bar' is informal, and simply means to go there.'I hit him' = 'I struck him', and uses the literal meaning of 'to hit'.
    I am agree with you in this sentence "hit the beach/bar". I know what does "I hit him" mean.

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    Re: hit the beach !

    I am agree with you about "hit the beach/bar" in this sentence. I know what does "I hit him" means.

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