SHOOT THE BREEZE
Shoot the breeze means to have a casual conversation…just chatting. Keep in mind, SHOOT is an irregular verb and the three parts are shoot…shot…shot.
- Let’s hang out in the park and shoot the breeze.
- I was in the kitchen shooting the breeze with my friend Paul.
How about you? When was the last time you were shooting the breeze?
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- By Friday and Until Friday
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