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Hi

Can I say: It was heat yesterday or It was heater yesterday.

thanks
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I am afraid no. Howeveri you can say "it was hotter or warmer than yesterday".
Hi,

You could also say

It was hot yesterday or It was hotter yesterday.

In other words, you need an adjective.

Clive
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How about this:

Yesterday was a horrible heat. or Yesterday was horribly hot.
Newguest
How about this:

Yesterday was a horrible heat. [n] Try this: Yesterday, the heat was horrible.

or Yesterday was horribly hot. [y]
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Newguest
How about this:

Yesterday was a horrible heat. Try this: Yesterday, the heat was horrible.

or Yesterday was horribly hot.

By the way: Why is the first sentence wrong, just because of the article "a" before horrible?
No. "Heat" is noun. You need an adjective here.
OK. Thanks.
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