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    Hot weather / The hot weather

    1. I love the hot weather.

    2. I love hot weather.

    Are they both correct?

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    Re: Hot weather / The hot weather

    Quote Originally Posted by yukiko1437
    1. I love the hot weather.
    2. I love hot weather.
    Are they both correct?

    They are both correct. It depends on the context you use them :

    I love the hot weather in California .[ a specified type of weather and a specified place]

    I love hot weather [ in general].

    Children like sweets. [in general- a general truth :All children like sweets]

    My children like the sweets they get on Christmas[ specified type of "sweets- What kind of sweets? The sweets my children get on Xmas]

    Regards

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