Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

a walk in the park

a walk in the park
Meaning(s)
1) something that is easy to do
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    • it was a walk in the park
  • Analysis
     When you say that something is 'a walk in the park' you mean that something is simple, enjoyable and or easy to do or accomplish. "Speaking French is a walk in the park for him, his mother is French." This is an informal expression used more in social contexts. Similar in meaning to 'a piece of cake' and used as a noun.
  • Social Examples (Advance)
    1. With all Sarah's qualifications and experience, this job will be a walk in the park for her.
    2. School was difficult, but it was a walk in the park compared to the years I spent studying Law at university.
  • Professional Examples (Basic)
    1. Networking and creating connections with others is a walk in the park for some people but others have to work hard at it.
    2. We all know that creating brands awareness isn't a walk in the park, but there are some basic things you should do.
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