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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #33095: Temperature words
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: The weather [Change theme]
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    Temperature words

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    1. We haven't had a bad winter at all. It's been very for the time of year.
    2. They were on holiday in Shanghai last month. It was so all the time. Thank goodness the hotel had air-conditioning.
    3. It's a bit in here. I think he'll put the heating on.
    4. It's absolutely out. I'd put a coat on if I were you.
    5. She has had lovely sunshine. It's been so . She's been on the beach every day.
    6. It was pretty hot down at the beach but there was a lovely breeze.

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