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Six Ways to Describe the Hot Weather

  • Author:Lorna
  • Source:www.diecastingpartsupplier.com
  • Release on:2017-07-27
It's scorching weather.

scorching come from the averb scorch,scorching is adjective ,means “extremly hot”,usually people use it to discribe the weather is extremly hot.

It’s a sizzler.

Actually" schorcher" is not enough to show the sizzler weather. Sizzler is come from the verb sizzle. The adjective word is sizzling. There is a dish call"Sizzling Beef Steak ",the mean was baked sizlling in the sheet metal!

I’m boiling!

Boiling is adjective. Imagine, when you walk in the street under 39 degree and no umbrellar,you will feel like was boiling like water.

This room is like an oven.

This is a typical example. We know the temperature of oven. This word is use to discribe when you came into a room with no air conditioning system.

You can fry eggs on the sidewalk.

Fry eggs is used around the word, foreign people when feel hot, they will use this too.


Today is a thermometer breaker!

It can break the thermometer. That means hot to die!

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