She is feeling cold because the AC in the room is very strong.(Is this grammatically incorrect?)
She is cold because the AC in the room is very strong.(Is this correct?)
In India :"She's cold." implies that 'she's rude' or 'she's frigid' or 'she's distant and uninviting'.
"She's hot." Implies "She's sexy."
If one feels hot or cold because of the weather it's expressed as 'I am feeling cold.' or 'I am feeling hot.' (If these constructions are incorrect please suggest some other expressions other than 'I'm hot' or 'I'm cold' as this would cause confusion over here.
Similarly for "be+cold" would imply frigid, rude , uninviting.
To express one's discomfort because of heat or cold one uses "feeling hot/cold" for example "I am feeling hot/cold." If this is grammatically incorrect can you suggest some other expression for this other than "I am hot/cold." or She/He is hot/cold."
"I'm feeling hot" is fine grammatically.
Thank you. So can I use it?
Will a native speakers be able to understand me even though it may sound odd to them?
Yes, you can use it. It doesn't sound odd at all.
What does sound odd to me is '...the AC in the room is very strong'.
I'd say '...the AC in the room is turned up high'.