| - Gorka Dieitz-Sanxurxo |
今週の #WOTW は最後の「humid」です。Unlike many of the words that we have seen so far, ‘humid’ is just an adjective. It means having high levels of water vapour in the air, when the air is warm and damp. Pretty straight forward, so why have we chosen it this week? Because we are all using it these days being that we live in Japan and it’s summer! So we thought we might give you some examples of the most common collocations with ‘humid’, so you can use them too. Ready? Here we go!
- [humid air] The air was so humid I got curly hair!
- [humid atmosphere] This plant prefers a humid atmosphere, so it is very difficult to grow it in Scotland.
- [humid climate] The climate in Japan is humid in summer.
- [humid condition] Mould grows in humid conditions.
- [humid heat] The heat is humid near the Equator. In deserts like the Sahara, they have dry heat.
- [humid night] I couldn’t sleep well in the humid night.
- [humid summer] The humid summer makes people move slowly and be clumsy.
- [humid weather] It takes so long for the laundry to dry on days when the weather is humid.