"Nine degrees is not cold."
Translation:Плюс девять — это не холодно.
Yes, for English speakers it is implied. "Plus" is not wrong, but only specified when there is a current need to distinguish between above and below zero. I can accept getting dinged for градуси (wrong case), but not for not saying "plus." I reported that issue although I am putting it here too in case my report is dismissed because I did mess up a declension as well as incorrectly getting dinged for not saying "plus."
What!? Both 9 degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit is cold! 9C = 48F (roughly) and anything below 50F, is pretty chilly. (And I'm even in a temperate climate)
Well, I guess if you're used to colder temperatures then 48F isn't too much colder. Which makes me think now- does Russia ever get temperatures above 70 or 80? (Fahrenheit) Or even into the 60s?