· I go swimming. In other words, swimming is what you do to cool off. Interestingly, another good answer to the question, "What do you do in summer when you are uncomfortably warm" could be. I swim. Both answers are perfectly acceptable. Moreover, "I go swimming" and "I swim" say the same thing with slightly different wording.
· 'I go swimming,' as in 'I go swimming every day in the summer' is fine. 'Go' + the gerund is used for many activities. For example, we go swimming, go hiking, go boating, go sailing, go shopping, go skiing, and many more. It's not natural at all to say 'go to swim.'.
· · We go to swim every week. 2. We go swimming every week. 3. We go to swim in the loch every week. 4. We go swimming in the loch every week. #2 would be the usual form; but where the location is specified, you might use an infinitive, as in #3. However, even then, #4 would probably be more common.
· Synonym for swim @Jasonking: swim refers to an usual activity and go swimming refers to "swim" in the present. Example. "let's go swimming" (today) "I swim everyday after school" (everyday like a routine)|"i swim" (always or usually) "i go swimming (now)|This one is tough! The time is what matters here. "Let's swim!" ️ = "right now, let's swim together" 🏊 you both may be in the water.
For instance, it would be the proper response to the question "Why do you want to go to the lake?" I want to go swimming. Phrasing it this way implies a desire to perform the act of swimming. It is more of a general intention to go swimming anywhere. It is equivalent to saying "I want to go for a swim." I want to go to s: 3.
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