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Hi all,

Would somebody help me with my English?
Regards,
Fizzi

1.The air condition in my room suddenly stopped. Then a friend came to my room and asked me whether I realized the problem.

A : Is your air condition not working? You must be warm because the wheather today is not that good.

B: Oh really!, thanks for letting me know. I think it just stopped a few minutes ago. It always like that. It stops for 5 minutes and automatically will restart again.

A: If that the case, you should not be worried.

2. The wheather for today is nearly 37 C. I was wondering why people use "warm" not "hot". For an example, "Today is very warm".
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1.The air conditioner in my room suddenly stopped. Then a friend came to my room and asked me whether I realized the problem.

A : Is your air conditioner not working? You must be warm, because the weather today is not that good.

B: Oh, really? Thanks for letting me know. I think it just stopped a few minutes ago. It always does that-- it stops for 5 minutes and automatically restarts.

A: If that's the case, you should not be worried.

2. The temperature today is nearly 37 C. I was wondering why people use "warm", not "hot". For example, "Today is very warm". -- If you are looking for an answer to this question now, either hot or very warm will do; hot is less comfortable-sounding than very warm.
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Thanks for your help Mister Micawber,

Regards,

Fizzi