Hi, cycloneviv.I found this at dictionary.com, which fits your sentence:
d.in a situation familiar to one; at ease: She has a way of making everyone feel at home.
By the way, your original sentence has some grammatical problems. It needs to be rewritten something like: "Beach lovers are at home there; they can go swimming, surfing, sailing and windsurfing."
Not so wrong, as that would work gramatically. The only thing is the idiom about someone being "at home" needs to have a place or situation connected with it. We say: "He seems really at home here/there/in that situation."Hi, cycloneviv.
Very interesting because I thought like this:
"Beach lovers are at home; there they can go swimming, surfing, sailing and windsurfing."
I was wrong...
Hi johnni and welcome to the forums!Hello, everyone.
I'm new here, my English is poor. If I am wrong, beg your pardon.
According the posts above, is this sentence wrong?
Everyone in here is kind, I am at home here.