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A walk in the park

"to be a walk in the park"

Meaning: to be very easy and simple to do

Similar Expressions
  • The test was a walk in the park.
  • The test was a piece of cake.
  • The test was easy.
  • The test wasn't hard.
When do we use it?

Taking a walk in the park is simple and easy to do. So, this expression is just a different way to say that something is easy and simple to do.

How do we use it?

We use this expression after a "be verb".
  • The English speaking test was a walk in the park.
  • I think the test will be a walk in the park.
  • I think this task will be a walk in the park for you.
  • He has a lot of experience, so it should be a walk in the park for him.
Example English Conversations

A) Is it hard to make furniture?
B) It is hard for some people, but since you have a lot of experience building things, it should be a walk in the park for you.

A) How your boxing match?
B) It was a walk in the park. I won easily.
A) Congratulations. That is amazing.

A) Do you think the test will be hard?
B) I think it will be a walk in the park for you, but I think it will be difficult for me because I hardly studied at all.

A) How hard is this puzzle?
B) It is not hard. It's a walk in the park.

It is important that you know English expressions and idioms if you want to have fluent English conversations with native English speakers or other advanced English speakers. Do not try to learn many expressions and idioms at one time. Instead, study a few of these free English lessons each week and learn the expression or word well. This will help your English vocabulary improve steadily, and you will start speaking English like a native speaker.

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