Loren
Cold day here! Start laughing! It is 20 degrees now 不不不 I am below 2 blankets and I don't have enogh courage to get up from my bed. Sometimes I would like to go to a country where I can see snow, but I think that I will not withstand the cold / stand the cold. Eu nao irei aguentar / suportar o frio [I will not withstand the cold / stand the cold]. Is it correct? I picked up these two words from the translator.What would be a natural way to say it?
Jun 19, 2021 7:08 PM
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Cold day here! Start laughing! It is 20 degrees now 不不不 I am under 2 blankets and I don't have enough courage to get up from my bed. Sometimes I would like to go to a country where I can see snow, but I think that I will not be able to stand the cold. Eu nao irei aguentar / suportar o frio [I will not withstand the cold / stand the cold]. Is it correct? I picked up these two words from the translator.What would be a natural way to say it?
In normal conversation it is more common and easier to say "will not be able stand the cold'. In all honesty, "withstand" would be better but we don't say it in everyday conversation.
June 19, 2021
Cold day here! Start laughing! It is 20 degrees now 不不不 I am below 2 blankets and I don't have enogh courage to get up from my bed. Sometimes I would like to go to a country where I can see snow, but I think that I will not withstand the cold / stand the cold. Eu nao irei aguentar / suportar o frio [I will not withstand the cold / stand the cold]. Is it correct? I picked up these two words from the translator.What would be a natural way to say it?
stand the cold would probably be the most natural way to say it. So, I would like to go to a country where I can see snow, but I dont think I would be able to stand the cold
June 19, 2021
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