Nager & se baigner
Bonjour tout le monde !
Quelle est la difference entre les verbes « nager » et « se baigner » ?
Sepp18 is 100% correct. Which is hardly surprising as I am guessing Sepp18 is, indeed, French :-).
"Nager" generally refers to progression in the water, as in swimming laps of a pool. "Se baigner" - the "swimmer" has their feet in contact with (or close to) the bottom. Such as a child who wades up to the chest but does not know how to swim - il se baigne (he goes swimming).