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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #28740: Weather and adjectives
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    Weather and adjectives


       1999 storm in France:         


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    1. Lots of trees were blown down in the storms that happened at the end of the year 1999.

    2. rain caused flooding in many areas.

    3. It's very cold this winter, the ice of the lake is so that you can skate on it.

    4. You should take a heavy coat, there is a wind today.

    5. It's not possible to stay outside in the sun.

    6. You can't see anything in this fog, you should drive very slowly.

    7. It was so dark in the house that when I went out I could hardly open my eyes in the sunshine.

    8. You don't need an umbrella, it's only a drizzle.

    9. It's getting stuffy in here. Do you mind if I open the window, I need some air.

    10. There had been a shower and I got soaked to the skin.

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