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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #58461: Sun, sky, stars
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: The weather | Nature [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - How to talk about the weather - In the sea - What's the weather like? - Months-Seasons-Vocabulary A1 - Animals and pictures - Fruit-trees - In the garden-vocabulary - Flowers
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    Sun, sky, stars


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                    the sun
    daylightin the daytime
    sunbeamit is light
    to shineit is broad daylight
    brightthe sun is up
    sunnya dazzling light
    sunlightthe glare of noon


    at sunsetdaylight is falling
    duskit is getting dark
    twilightthe night falls
    nightit is pitch dark
    darknessin the moonlight
    midnightthe moon is gleaming
    to twinklea starlit night




     the Great Bear

    beneath the open sky
    the new moon
    the full moon
    a falling star
    a constellation
    a galaxy (the Milky Way)



    the outer space
    to travel through space
    to go into orbit
    a space shuttle
    a rocket
    a UFO (unidentified flying object)

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    I have just seen a , I'll make a wish.

    The weatherman said : 'tomorrow will be a bright day'. Let's go to the beach!

    As I was watching television, the power went off leaving me in


    We can't go to the zoo, it is too late. The park is open to the public only during hours.

    We decided to get up early so that we could see the pinks and yellows of the .

    The Little Bear is a . The star at the end of the tail is the Pole Star.

    This is the crew of the Columbia which disintegrated over Texas on February 1st 2003.

    What makes stars in the dark sky? Planets don't because they aren't stars.

    These musicians make me think of Glenn Miller. They are playing a serenade.

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