"to be a dreamer" Meaning:
a person who has big dreams and is optimistic or hopeful about the future, but usually in a way that seems unrealistic or unpractical Similar Expressions
When do we use it?
- He is a dreamer.
- He is an idealist.
- He is an optimist.
We use this word to describe a person. This has nothing to do with sleeping or actual dreams. These dreams are more like goals, ideas, or visions for the future.
How do we use it?
- Mark always talk about world peace. He is a dreamer.
We usually use this word after a "be verb" and in other ways that nouns like this are used.
Example English Conversations
- She is a dreamer.
- They are dreamers.
- He is such a dreamer.
- What a dreamer!
A) What is your goal this year?
B) I want to help end poverty in America.
A) You mean you want to make sure that nobody is poor.
A) That is a big goal. You are quite the dreamer.
A) She thinks she can solve all of the company's problems easily.
B) I guess she is a big dreamer.
A) He always talks about becoming the CEO of a major company.
B) He is a dreamer. He is not talented at all. 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 English expressions and words well. This will help your English vocabulary improve steadily, and you will start speaking English like a native speaker.