47 – Hot Weather Idioms & Slang – English Vocabulary Lesson

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Idioms and slang related to the weather are pretty useful in your English conversations…especially in the summer! Today I’m going to show you a whole bunch of phrases you can use to talk about hot weather.
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Today’s listening challenge:
  • What’s the weather like in NYC these days?

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Comments 2

  1. Hi Michael,

    It’s a scorcher, the 3 H’s, like an oven, and hot as hell out there!

    In reality, this summer has been very comfortable so far. The summer In Osaka is、boiling hot, full of humidity, horrible, and literally hell. We sweat like a pig just standing in a shade for 5 minutes. We can’t go on without air conditioners working twenty-four seven.

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