使えるフレーズ《Indian summer》

 

Hello!

Today’s phrase has the word summer in it but it actually happens during autumn.

Do you know what an Indian summer is?

An Indian summer describes a period of warmer than usual weather during autumn.

It may only last a week or two.

 

The next time you’re experiencing warmer than usual weather during autumn, you can say to your friend or co-worker, “It feels like we’re having an Indian summer.

 

Another example:

 

John: It’s November but it feels like summer right now.

Adam: Yeah, we’re having an Indian summer.

 

 

●日本語訳:『小春日和』という意味です。