American Slang & Idioms Lesson -Talk About Hot Weather

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American English Slang and Idioms!

Learn slang about hot weather

It’s the middle of July in NYC and it’s hot. I mean really hot! For today’s English lesson, I am going to show you some slang expressions and idioms that we use to to describe really hot and humid weather. I think you’re going to like this one, so check it out!

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  1. It was so hot today I could fry an egg on the sidewalk. It has been like an oven for few weeks. As it is scorcher people are sweating bullets.

  2. My students just watched your video and they enjoyed it very much!! And, yes, here the weather has been a scorcher for the past few weeks! I understand from the news, that part of the East Coast has been hit with a horrid heat wave!! So, stay cool, Michael! My students will be subscribing to your videos!!

  3. Very good, Michael; but I wish you had a list of these idioms I could copy and paste. I'm going to have to write them on the board as you say them. And. yes. it's hot as hell where I am! A town on the coast not far from Tel Aviv.

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