I am studying the material "A day in the life of Jeff", from eslpod. I came across two sentences which seems not clear to me.
The first one is in episode 8
I'm going to boil some water. To boil means to make the one of very hot.
The second one is in episode 9
I'm glad tomorrow is trash day since we have so much trash from moving over the weekend.
For the first sentence, I'm not sure what grammar it is to use "of" here. I am more comfortable with no "of" here instead. What do you think? Another point is, I guess "the one" here means "water", but is it a good practice to use "the one" to delegate "water" which is uncountable noun?
**Correction: I checked the accompany audio and in first sentence, "one of" should be "water". The script is wrong. I'm sorry for my careless mistake. **
For the second sentence, I guess it is better to replace "from" by "for". I'm not sure if it is a typo or not. I also don't understand the logic to use the "over the weekend", because the context tells that trash day is tomorrow which is Friday. Then why it says "over the weekend" here? I understand this sentence this way,
I'm glad tomorrow is trash day since we have so much trash, produced over weekdays, for disposing of.