OFF THE BEATEN TRACK (PATH) – American English Idiom One Point Lesson

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OFF THE BEATEN TRACK (PATH)
A place that is off the beaten track is one that is not known or not frequented by tourists. We use off the beaten track and off the beaten path.

  • That beach is off the beaten path.
  • Arthur Ave. in The Bronx is off the beaten track, but it has some great Italian restaurants.
  • I like to go to places that are off the beaten track.

How about you? When you travel, do you like to go to places that are off the beaten track?
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