HyunWook Park
Is it correct to say ' I am dying of heat'? Is it correct to say ' I am dying of heat'? What I mean by dying of heat is I am dying because it is too hot. If that is a right expression, it is also correct to say ' I am dying of cold' right :)? This is what I really want to say today: I am really dying of heat here in Germany because there is no air-conditioning everywhere! Thanks a lot for your help in advance! Hyunwook
Jul 3, 2015 8:15 PM
Answers · 6
Hi HyunWook Diego silva is correct. You can also say : "I'm really suffering in the heat today" or "Its to hot I feel like I'm dying" If you really want to use the term "dying". I hope this helps.
July 3, 2015
You can also say, "I'm dying from the heat!"/ "I'm dying from this heat!"
July 3, 2015
You can use that phrase! The implication of tone in how you say it will probably be important since you're kind of being sarcastic or over exaggerating. You don't want people to be concerned that you're actually in danger! I say things like "This heat is killing me today."
July 3, 2015
Thanks a lot Diego :) It helps for sure!
July 3, 2015
Hi, HyunWook! A good way to express yourself when the weather is too hot are: "I'm boiling!" or "It's boiling today!" And when it is too cold you can say "I'm freezing!" or "It's freezing today!" Hope I've helped you. Take care!
July 3, 2015
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HyunWook Park
Language Skills
Japanese, Korean
Learning Language
Japanese