Some like it hot


#1

Are you someone who loves constant sunshine every day without interruption? I don’t. How about you?

Alan


#2

I like sunshine all the time and would love to live in a place where the sun is always shining.:sun_with_face:


#3

How about the equator? The sun is the God it means without it the life is impossible but when it is too hot is unbearable. Have a nice day.


#4

Out of the countries near the equator The Malidives would be my favourite but I wouldn’t want to stay there all the time. What about you, Kolev? What is your favourite country?


#5

I am sure that the sun is beneficial and of course it is essential for life in its different forms. The trouble is that in the UK non-stop sunshine is very unusual and over the last few weeks it has just been going on and on and for someone like me it is just too much!

Alan


#6

Alan, you should come to Volgograd in the summer months, we have around 40 degrees all day every day :-).


#7

Thank God we don’t have 40 deg every day here in Timisoara.
Our normal summer days are between 28-35 C, but there are always periods with over-hot temperatures, up to 40- 42 C.
I wonder how could I resist last summer an entire day visiting Madrid at 47 C. At 6 p.m. it was 42 that day.
Definitly, I love hot summer days as summer is my favorite season, but not with 40 day after day for a week.
If possible, I just ask for a break, then the hot-heat can start again, I don’t mind :smiley:


#8

i like sunshine. I don’t like rainny day, make me depressed


#9

Hello :slight_smile: As for me two weeks ago it was hot and I wanted it cool, now it`s foggy but I want it hot. And by the way today July 17 “World Emoji Day” Have a nice day, Alan!


#10

Thank you, Dina. How are your school pupils behaving?

Alan


#11

Good morning Alan, those whom I taught entered the Universities ) Now I explain adults how to work with computers and they are like pupils ) I found that people are young while they are learning.Also I am making my first steps in programming, What about your pupils or students I ve read you have a great experience. Tell about your pupils what are they doing now? Are some becoming writers and professors like you?

Sincerely yours,
Yana


#12

Oh Yana!! My pupils/students have obviously moved on and I have no idea what they are up to. You have to remember that I have now been retired for 25 years and that’s a long time and I am now very ancient!

Alan


#13

Ancient are Paton and Aristotel you are too young, Alan ) you and Torsten have lots of on-line pupils nearly 50 000 subscribes at the site english.best. it`s 3 times more than in Cambridge!


#14

An interesting material related to the recent heat wave:


#15

My favorite country is Switzerland.I have been there several times.Once i pretended to be even a student during 1999-2000 in Le Locle.It is very nice country and during the summer temperature does not exceed 33 degrees. My favorite lake is Neuchâtel.