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Are these OK? Or, what do you say? A place, it's cold, noisy etc. If I say; I'm bothered with the cold / noise. I'm getting uncomfortable with the cold / noise.
Oct 31, 2019 7:38 PM
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I'm bothered by the noise. I'm uncomfortable with the cold. I'm getting uncomfortable with the cold. I'm becoming uncomfortable with the cold. Bothered ADJECTIVE concerned about something. Uncomfortable ADJECTIVE causing or feeling slight pain or physical discomfort. you would not be concerned about cold you would feel discomfort you would not be uncomfortable about or by the noise. you might be concerned about the effects of the noise, keeping you awake for example
October 31, 2019
I would say, “I’m bothered by the cold/noise.” Or more likely, “It’s too noisy/cold in here for me.”
October 31, 2019
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