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People worldwide like to talk about the weather. It is quite a popular topic to talk about.
If you want to participate in these weather conversations, you need to learn a few phrases and words.
Take your cup of coffee and let’s start!
We have four seasons:
In these conversations, you will use a lot of adjectives and verbs.
First, we will learn questions you can ask about the weather.
- How’s the weather?
- What’s the weather like?
It is sunny today.
The sun is shining.
It is rainy today.
It is raining.
How’s the weather in your city today?
The air feels heavy.
We stood for hours in the blazing sun.
It’s terrible weather today.
It’s cold today.
A strong wind was blowing.
I am freezing.
It’s nice weather today.
There’s a heatwave.
How was the weather yesterday?
There was a thunderstorm.
It was cloudy, but there was no rain. Maybe it will rain today.
It’s raining hard.
I wish it would stop raining.
It’s snowing lightly.
It’s snowing heavily.
It’s a little wet outside.
It was snowing hard all day yesterday.
They predict a typhoon in 2 days.
We didn’t expect a tropical storm yesterday.
I couldn’t see anything because of the heavy fog.
We got stuck in a howling blizzard.
It’s cloudy in the morning.
It’s a grey day.
I don’t see clouds today.
Everything is clear.
The hurricane is approaching the coast.
Today’s weather report in my town:
Sunny in the morning with cloudy intervals later in the day. Chance of rain 50%. Isolated thunderstorms are possible. Temperature below normal in the north and central regions.
Homework: Write a few sentences about the weather in your town and predictions about next week.
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