I can't imagine someone enjoying a -20C day...
It's just more snuggly! Bundle up inside and all that. Plus no mosquitoes. Those things need to go extinct already.
I wish I had the luxury of getting to just stay inside all day for half of the year. Human hibernation, let's get on it!
-20°C is a bit too much, but -10... cozy!
You can wear as many clothes as you need to feel warmer. But you can't take off your skin to feel cooler.
I'm sure you would feel cooler doing that.
This made me realise I say "a minority..." and "the majority..." and never " the minority..." or "a majority..." Makes we wonder if other Brits do the same.
There can only be one majority and several minorities, so I think this makes sense.
As well as with "the truth" and "a lie".
I noticed the same, and I am American.
Yes, I do the same
Adelaide (South Australia) is a nightmare in the summer. Got above 50°C a couple of years back. People die every year from the heat.
Większość ludzi kocha lato!
Nie zgadzam się!
I can confirm this, from Asia.
Wow! Really? Here in North America most people worship summer and abhor winter.
Could this sentence also be translated as "few people like summer"? (Comparing with "Większość ludzi lubi mięso" = "Most people like meat.")
No. A few is mało
if you lived in Brisbane this would be correct
RU: Mieńszynstwo liudiej liubit lieto
Am I the only one thinking that the slow audio version is very weird? I hear "MniejszĄść" !
Yes, it sounds a bit like that...
Why "the summer"?
'summer' is the default answer.
the commentaries seem to confirm that "a minority of people" in this case sounds a bit weird, what about polish?would anyone use this? thanks
No, that's a really weird sentence. Sounds more like a linguistic joke to me.
I guess these people dont live in the UK xD