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  1. #1
    jibou is offline Junior Member
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    which is correct

    Teacher,

    When you say you're not comfortable with the cold/hot weather, which would be grammatically correct?

    I don't like cold/hot weather.
    or
    I don't like the cold/hot weather.


    Thank you very much.

  2. #2
    jamiep is offline Member
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    Re: which is correct

    The first one is probably best, it talks about weather in general, but it's possible to say "I don't like the weather" when talking about a specific place or time.

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