At the summer solstice, the days are longest and the nights are shortest, with day-length decreasing as the season progresses after the solstice. The date of the beginning of summer varies according to climate, tradition and culture.
Summertime, it’s time for a whole new season of fun things to do, and enjoy the sunshine.
Here are some essential summer vocabulary words for ESL students.
Summer Vocabulary in English
List of Summer Vocabulary
– The sun glinted on the windows.
– All you needed was a big beach ball and two other friends to play.
– The children is playing with sand toys.
– I stood leaning against the tall coconut palm tree.
– We went for a walk along the beach at twilight.
– Where can I rent a deck chair?
– The kids had a ball building sandcastles.
– I have a beach towel. That’s big enough.
– He bought a glass of orange juice from a beach vendor.
– Ella would be interesting to photograph in a bikini.
– He was wearing swim trunks.
– They were frequent visitors to the beach.
– She was fast asleep under a big beach umbrella.
– I bought a coconut in the market.
– My swimming goggles keep steaming up so I can’t see.
– I have a pair of flip flops.
– She wore a black swimsuit with a straw hat.
– Let’s swim out to the float.
– Her sunglasses were perched on her head.
– A good sun cream will help prevent sunburn.
– She can swim two lengths of the pool.
– I wanted to get a new swimsuit, but the store didn’t have any in yet.
– I’m going to buy a surfboard and learn to surf.
– We crossed the lake by canoe.