English Weather Vocabulary
When we talk about the weather in English, we generally repeat the same four or five words:
However, this does a disservice to the English language as there are many ways to explain the weather.
Let’s learn some weather-based synonyms now.
Rather than saying a day is sunny or hot we can call it….
Rather than saying a day is windy we can call it…
Rather than saying a day is rainy we can call it…
Cat-and-Doggish (after the expression it’s raining cats and dogs).
Rather than calling a day cold, we can say it is….
Now, let’s watch a television weather report.
How many different words can you hear to describe the weather?
In general, what is the weather outlook for the region (try not to repeat the words used in the report)?
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