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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #38651: How to talk about the weather
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    How to talk about the weather


    the sun is shining

    (shine / shone / shone)  

    it is sunny today 

    look at that cloud !  

    it is cloudy today   

    the wind is blowing

    (blow / blew / blown)   

    it is windy today  

    it is raining hard today

    it will be rainy for the whole day

    it will rain tomorrow

    it is snowing   

    the snow will come from the north 

    it is a foggy day 

    the weather will be snowy next week  ;  be careful in this thick fog!

      it is stormy

     I hope the storm won't last too long.

    it is thundering.

             we can talk about the future:

                                it will be rainy and windy tomorrow morning.

                               what will the weather be like next weekend?



            When there is both sun and rain you can see a rainbow     

    the colours are:

    red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet 


    On the Fahrenheit scale the freezing point of water is 32 °F and the boiling point is 212 °F

    In order to convert the Celsius temperature into Fahrenheit

        --multiply by 9

       --divide by 5

       -- add 32

    example 30 °C       30x9=270     270:5=54   54+32=86        30 °C => 86 °F

    The human body temperature is close to 98.6 °F

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    --Hello Maria! What is the weather like in Madrid?
    --Hello Betty! Today

    The weather forecast for tomorrow:
    In London tomorrow morning with rain falling until late in the afternoon.

    In the west the sun and you can expect a temperature up to 28 °C.

    What is the name of a short period of heavy rain?

    What do you call pools of water on the ground after it has rained?

    How many colours are there in a rainbow?

    Fresh water freezes at .

    I can hear the sound of . You should power the computer down.


        Each thunderstorm is dangerous. If you are outdoors and there is no shelter
    which is the safest place to be during a lightning storm?

    The current that appears around Christmas in the Pacific Ocean
    and has major effects on climate in the southern hemisphere is called

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