Student or Learner
Hi teacher, how are you?
I have one doubt.
I was reading a blog and in it was written "Salt air no care".
What does that mean?
Last edited by Vanebar; 24-Aug-2015 at 01:08. Reason: Deleting excessive question marks.
Along the same lines, that phrase makes me think of something someone might say on a seaside holiday.
(BrE first language speaker.)
I, too, would assume it's the same as "sea air". In Victorian times in the UK, ill people were frequently advised to go to the seaside for a holiday to "take the sea air". Many people find that when they are near water, they are happier so "no care" would mean that they have no worries while they are by the sea.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Not A Teacher
Along the same lines, means a similar idea to a previous one.
In this case MikeNewYork has suggested that the "salt air" might refer to a sailor and the sea and Ecaslike has suggested a similar idea about the sea coast and holidays.
"Salt air" invokes the idea of the sea to English speakers.