A bit cold in the year

Discussion in 'English Only' started by yuranos, Nov 1, 2017.

  1. yuranos

    yuranos Senior Member

    Kyiv, Ukraine
    Ukrainian, Russian
    I'm sure I've heard it, but can't find a reliable reference.

    So, the question is about whether it is Ok to say something like:
    "Isn't it a bit cold in the year for long walks outside?" - meaning that it's a part of the year that is known for its cold weather, cold season.
  2. Barque Senior Member

    I wouldn't include "in the year" in that sentence.

    You could say "This is a/the cold time of year" to mean that this period is usually cold.

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