Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Beach"

The meaning of "Beach" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does A sandy beach in a sheltered creek. A sheltered creek is it a creek secured by a guard service or like a private area? mean?
A: like a private area, I think “sheltered” refers to the natural landscape though. Like it’s surrounded by tall trees so it’s hidden from view.
Q: What does "I found myself at the beach SOONER THAN LATER." mean?
A: Sooner than later means whatever you are referring to will happen sooner in time, instead of later.

(Also can be said as “sooner rather than later”).

Other versions/contexts:

I am going to get a job, hopefully sooner than later. (Means I hope I get a job soon).

Example conversation:

“Sooner or later I am going to get my drivers license”. (means they don’t know when, but eventually they plan to get their drivers license)

“I hope it is sooner than later, because I am tired of driving you around!” (This person hopes they get their license soon because they don’t want to drive them around anymore)

Q: What does they had the beach pretty much to themselves. mean?
A: The beach had very few others on it
Q: What does Chilling on the beach mean?
A: ビーチでダラダラしている
Q: What does thigh-to-thigh on the beaches mean?
A: There are a lot of people on the beach and it is very crowded so their thighs are touching :)

Example sentences using "Beach"

Q: Please show me example sentences with beach, bitch .
A: The beach has sand and water.
Let's go to the beach this summer.
Where is my beach towel and sunscreen?
The beach is closed due to sea lions.
The lifeguard watched the beach for trouble.
Be careful of sharks at the beach.

A bitch is a female dog.
Why is it that men are called "assertive" but women are called "bitches"?
He was being a little bitch for complaining all day.
My coworkers always bitch and moan when they have to stay late.
That son of a bitch thinks he can scam me?
Q: Please show me example sentences with I (didn't go)/(haven't been) to the beach since I was a child..
A: "I haven't been to the arcade since I was a child." Are you asking for example sentences for "didn't go" and "haven't been"?
Q: Please show me example sentences with beach vs bitch.
A: i love to go to the beach
the beach is so quite and nice
in sunny days i love to go and walk on the beach
beach and ice cream go together

(though people don't mostly use bitch as female dog anymore)
i've a bitch and her name is lilly
my bitch is very lazy at times
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(in a abusive way)
she's a bitch, look at her
oh god that bitch called me again.
Q: Please show me example sentences with beach and bitch .
A: Let's go to the beach. Make sure you don't beach this ocean liner or we'll be in big trouble. CRASH!

Of our dogs, the bitch has the nicer temperament. BITE! I thought you said the bitch had the nicer temperament? She does. Look! She hasn't even drawn blood.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I can't go to the beach because I need to see Mark regarding my drive school.
A: I'm sorry I can't go to the beach right now because I need to catch up with Mark and discuss stuff about my driving school.

or

Sorry I can't make it to the beach at the moment I made plans to talk with Mark about my driving school.

Synonyms of "Beach" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between beach and bitch on pronunciation ?
A: Beach: To pronounce it clearly use a "long e" sound, like the "e" in "evil". "Eeeeeevil" "Beeeeech"
Bitch: it is a "short I" sound like the I in "insane". Try to make the "I" sound as short as possible in "bitch".
Q: What is the difference between beach and bitch (the pronunciation) ?
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Q: What is the difference between I'm going to go to the beach and I'm going to the beach ?
A: "I'm going to go..." is immediate future, a future closer to you.

"I'm going to the..." it's something which is happening, you're going (Infinitivo).
That's it, I hope you've liked and good studies!
Q: What is the difference between at the beach and at beach ?
A: @rtavares: I just told you. You can only say "at the beach." "At beach" isn't proper English.
Q: What is the difference between get to the beach and go to the beach ?
A: "Go to" = "Travel to"

Usually, "Get to" = "Arrive at"

"I take my chair with me when I go to the beach. I sit in my chair when I get to the beach."

Woman: Let's go to the beach!

Man: Okay! If we take the bus, what time will we get to the beach?

Also, in the past:

Man: Did you go to the beach yesterday?

Woman: Yes!

Man: What time did you get to the beach?

Woman: 11 o'clock.

Translations of "Beach"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the beaches
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? beach, bitch, bear and bear
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? beach y bitch
A: I hope you can hear me. "Beach" vs. "Bitch."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? beach
A: I would say it's borderline. it's one of those words you want to be careful with. the man in the video below might help too.

https://youtu.be/HY88viFkVEE
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? beach
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Other questions about "Beach"

Q: I saw the beautiful beaches there? Or I saw beautiful beaches there? does this sound natural?
A: Both are correct, it just depends on if you want to talk about specific beaches you saw (I saw *the* beautiful beaches) or beaches in general (I saw beautiful beaches)
Q: I was amazed this beach,because the sea water was very transparent. does this sound natural?
A: Some things you could change:
"I was amazed by this beach" is the correct way of saying it.
"Very transparent" is correct, although, it sounds more natural to say "clear". As in "the water was very clear."
Q: "I'm going on a beach vacation in July"

"Which sea?"

"Not sea. I'm flying to my hometown where we have a recreational resort with a small lake"



does this sound natural?
A: I understand you completely. I would have said "not a sea" if it was a very informal conversation or "I'm not going to a beach on the sea." If I wanted to be clear.
Q: Why don't we play beach ball now? does this sound natural?
A: Also...

“Why don't we play some beach ball now?”

“How about we play some beach ball now?”
Q: They went to a beach in Destine, Florida, spent 7 hours , for the Independence Day Holiday, and to Key West, Florida, spend 20 hours for Thanksgiving, by car. does this sound natural?
A: Are you saying it took 7 hours to drive, or that they spent 7 hours at the beach after they arrived?

I am guessing you mean the first. I would say:

For Independence Day they drove 7 hours to a beach in Destine, Florida, and for Thanksgiving they drove 20 hours to Key West, Florida.

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