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    Sorry about the wrong spelling in my previous post. I meant to ask which sentence is correct: 'The weather is cold but there is fresh aire' or 'the weather is cold but there is fresh breeze'?

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    Re: Breeze/ Air

    Neither is quite right.

    The weather is cold and there is a fresh breeze

    would make most sense. If you need to use "but", then this would make sense:

    The weather is hot but there is a fresh breeze.

    "Fresh air" won't work in this context.

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