A: Bye, mom!
B: Wait, Jimmy, it's cold outside. Put a hat on!
A: Okay, bye!
B: No, wait, you will be too cold without mittens.
A: Alright, see ya.
B: Hold on, with that wind, you're going to catch a cold. Wear this scarf.
A: Okay, see you after school.
B: Oh and earmuffs. Put these on...here we go.
B: Yes, honey?
A: I...I can't breathe.
She put on a robe and went down to the kitchen.
Put on your raincoat, it's raining outside.
For Christmas, his grandmother gave him a pair of mittens that she made herself.
I like mittens more than gloves, because my fingers can keep each other warm.
a pair of gloves
She bent down to pick up her glove.
fit like a glove
She's wearing her mother's wedding dress and it fits like a glove.
My mom wears silk scarves when she gets dressed up, and wool scarves when she needs to go out in the cold.
When I was a child, I used to wear earmuffs all the time, but now that I'm a teenager, I don't wear them because they're not cool.
Can you hold on a second while I tie my shoelaces?
Just hold on a minute. I just need to check my emails.
catch a cold
Put on your jacket, or you'll catch a cold!
have/run a fever
My throat hurts and I have a fever.
I have a fever and can't stop coughing.
The air was so cold that we could hardly breathe.
take a (deep) breath
short of breath
out of breath
If you feel stressed, just take a deep breath.
I was slightly out of breath after running.