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"Warm" and "Speechless"

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ID: QW0359 Intermediate
In today's show, we are going to answer some questions from the users avichapman and Polugaevsky about different ways to say "warm" and "speechless". Click avichapman or Polugaevsky to see their original posts.
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温暖
wēnnuǎn
Warm
上海的天气在五月份比较温暖。
Shànghǎi de tiānqì zài wǔyuèfèn bǐjiào wēnnuǎn 。
The weather in Shanghai in May is relatively warm.
暖和
nuǎnhuo
Warm
这里比较暖和,你坐这边吧。
zhèlǐ bǐjiào nuǎnhuo ,nǐ zuò zhèbiān ba 。
It is warmer over here, why don't you sit here.
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