- If you want to say that you are cold, you say something similar to “cold is catching me”.
Otútù ń mú mi I am cold
Otútù ń mú Olú Olu is cold
Otútù ń mú wa We are cold
- Notice that you use object pronouns to replace the name of the person who is suffering from the cold
Otútù ń mú u He/She is cold
Otútù ń mú ẹ You are cold
- But if you want to simply say that the weather is cold, you remove the object pronoun
Otútù ń mú It (the weather) is cold
- Other similar expressions are:
Ooru ń mú mi I am hot
Ooru ń mú It (the weather) is hot.
Ọyẹ́ ń mú mi I am suffering from the harmattan
Ọyẹ́ ń mú There is harmattan
Òjò ń pa mi Rain is falling on me
Òjò pa ìwé mi Rain fell on my books
What are the different seasons of the year in your country? Describe the weather conditions of each season. What do people do in different weather conditions? What kinds of food do they eat? What kind of cloths do they wear?