There is a lot of moisture in the air.
It's too dry in our room.
The air is quite fresh today.
The air here is rather foul.
It's stuffy in this room.
It is too smokey in the kitchen.
Turn on the range hood.
Open the window and air the room out.
A newly refurnished room will have a lot of dirty air.
Are you cooking in the kitchen, mom?
Yes, what's the matter?
It's smokey everywhere. Did you turn the stove fan on?
No, I forgot that. Could you please open all the windows?
W: Why do you wear a mask?
M: The air is too dirty, especially in the streets.
W: I have the same feeling.
M: Everyday when I wash my face, I find the water turns black.
W: But I don't like wearing a mask, and it's not the effective way to solve the problem.
M: I know. But what can we do? We have to go to school by bike.
It's like an oven in here. You must be roasting!
Actually, I'm just comfortable.
You've got to be kidding me! It has to be over 95 degre
es in here!
What can I say? I'm a cool-blooded person. The warmer the better, as far as I'm concerned.
Well, can we at least open the window and get some ventilation in here?
Knock yourself out.
Thanks. I will.