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  • Hi, everybody.

  • I'm Esther.

  • And in this video, I'm going to teach you a very important English word.

  • Now everybody in Korea should know this word because it gets this way every summer in Korea, right?

  • Well, not just in the summer, but also in some other seasons.

  • And that word that we're going to learn today is humid, again, humid.

  • So this word you need to know it.

  • And you especially need to mention this word when you describe Korea's weather to any foreigners.

  • Okay, so if they ask, what's the weather like in Korea, you have to say humid.

  • Well, what does humid mean?

  • Well again, Humid is used to describe whether it means that it's very wet and hot, right?

  • You know what I mean?

  • So even my best friend, she comes to Korea every year from Southern California, which is where I'm from, and she complains about this all the time.

  • It's so humid, right?

  • It's so hot and wet and she complains about this because where we're from, it's not like that.

  • It's hot, but it doesn't get very humid.

  • So let's look at the board for some examples on how to use the word Okay, so here it is.

  • Today is very humid.

  • Today is very humid, so that's the word I want to teach you today.

  • Humid.

  • But there are some other ways to say the same thing.

  • Instead of humid, we can say a couple of other words.

  • For example, we can say today is very muggy.

  • Today is very muggy.

  • Okay.

  • McGee means humid again, hot and wet.

  • We can also say today is very sticky.

  • Today is very sticky, so humid, muggy and sticky.

  • All have the same meaning.

  • When you're describing the weather now, I told you that where I'm from, it's not humid.

  • It's hot, but it's not humid.

  • So what's the opposite of humid?

  • That word is dry, so if it's not humid, I can say today is very dry.

  • Today is very dry.

  • Okay, well, let's look at some more example.

  • Sentences together.

  • Okay, let's look at some example.

  • Sentences.

  • It's too humid.

  • Turn on the air conditioner.

  • It's too humid.

  • Turn on the air conditioner.

  • I hate humid weather.

  • It's too sticky.

  • I hate humid weather.

  • It's too sticky.

  • The rain makes it McGee.

  • The rain makes it McGee.

  • California is dry, but Florida is humid California is dry, but Florida is humid.

  • Okay, so in this video, we learned the word humid.

  • Make sure you guys remember it.

  • It's very important word in Korea because it describes Korea's weather and summer perfectly.

  • Now, as for me, I've been here for a couple of years, and I'm still trying to get used to it.

  • But I have to say, I like dry weather better.

  • Okay, well, thanks for joining and see you guys next time.

  • Bye.

  • Mhm.

Hi, everybody.

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HUMID | Learn English Vocabulary Meaning, Grammar, and Usage in Example English Sentences

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/12/14
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