What you said is very important. I also keep turning an air conditioner on during a day. I saw doctors warned about a risk for fan on TV. According to one expert, being exposed to wind constantly leads to death. How a terrible isn’t it? He recommended that an air conditioner is better than a fan when sleeping.
What you said is very important. I also keep an air conditioner on during the day. I saw doctors warn about the risk of the fan on TV. According to one expert, being exposed to wind constantly leads to death. How _ terrible, isn’t it? He said that an air conditioner is better than a fan when sleeping.
2. use 'during the day' to mean in the daytime
3. we use zero infinitive or the ING verb here, we see someone do/doing something
4. we use the...of... pattern here
5. we naturally say the risk OF something
6. use articles with singular countable nouns
7. we use 'a' in front of singular countable nouns
8. use a comma here in a tag question
9. either he said that one thing is better than another or 'he recommended that we use the air conditioner when sleeping'
This summer is unusually hot. I’ve heard the USA is over 50 degrees. What a heavy it is! The rainy season was over much faster in Japan. Summer is enough. I can’t wait for this autumn.
This summer is unusually hot. I’ve heard it was over 50 degrees in the USA. How heavy it is! The rainy season was over much faster in Japan. Enough with the summer. I can’t wait for this autumn.
2. as I explained, this is the correct pattern, though 'hot' would be better than 'heavy' to describe temperature; you can also say 'what awful weather!'
3. this is a natural expression in this context, or 'this summer has lasted long enough', 'I've had it with this summer'...
I think the autumn is the best climate, but it is a very short period. I like to listen to the sounds of this season insects, especially for suzu-mushi and korogi. That sounds like the jingle of a bell. How beautiful sounds they are.
I think the autumn has the best climate, but it is a very short period. I like to listen to the sounds of this season's insects, especially _ suzu-mushi and korogi. They sound like the jingle of a bell. What beautiful sounds they are!
2. we use a possessive noun form here
3. you are introducing specific examples of insects, so there is no need for a preposition, but if you did use it, it would have to be 'to' as we listen TO something
4. use 'they' as your subject pronoun to refer to 'insects'
5. this is the correct pattern; let's compare: How beautiful these sounds are!
6. use the exclamation mark at the end of an exclamatory sentence
They are kind of grasshopper. Yes, maybe there are these insects only in Japan. That’s right. There are a lot of colorful and beautiful views. What a amazing season is. Many tourists come to see the changes autumn leaves.
They are kinds of grasshoppers. Yes, maybe these insects can be found only in Japan. That’s right. There are a lot of colorful and beautiful views. What an amazing season this is! Many tourists come to see the changes in autumn leaves.
2. your expression was fine, this is a different expression that you can also use in this context
3. use AN in front of vowel-sounding phonemes
4. consider this statement when making an exclamatory sentence "THIS is an amazing season', so don't forget the dummy subject
5. use the exclamation mark at the end of an exclamatory sentence
6. we naturally say a change IN something
- How tall he is!（彼はなんと背が高いのだろう。）
- How beautiful this flower is!（なんて綺麗な花なんだろう。）
- What a beautiful flower this is!（なんて綺麗な花なんだろう。）
- How + 形容詞 / 副詞 (+主語 +動詞) ！（Howを使った感嘆文の基本型です。）
- What (+ a or an) + 形容詞 + 名詞 ( + 主語 + 動詞) !（Whatを使った感嘆文の基本型です。）
- What a coincidence!（奇遇だね。）
- She runs fast doesn't she?（彼女はなんと早く走るのだろう。）
- What a shame!（なんて残念なんだ。）
- What nice weather we're having!（なんて素敵な天気なのだろう。）
- What funny stories he tells!（彼はなんておかしな話をするのだろう。）