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Weather - Tempo/Clima






How to talk about the weather
Como falar sobre o tempo

Today's post is about vocabulary tips of the climate and the seasons of the year.
No post de hoje iremos dar dicas sobre vocabulário relacionado ao clima e as estações do ano.


In some areas of our planet we can actually differ the four seasons of the year.
Em algumas areas do nosso planeta, nós podemos realmente diferenciar as quatro estações do ano.

In the Spring, the colourful flowers which come out everywhere make everyone feel amazed and happy!
Na Primavera, as coloridas flores que nascem fazem todos se sentirem encantados e felizes!
  

During the Summer, most people enjoy going to the beach, parks and pools because it is always sunny. The hot weather makes the late afternoons rainy in the tropical areas.
Durante o Verão, a maioria das pessoas gosta de ir a praia, parques e piscinas porque está sempre calor. O clima quente faz com que os finais de tarde sejam chuvosos nas áreas tropicais. 

In the Autumn, the amazing colour changes that happen with the trees enchant all people and prepare our bodies to deal with the cold weather which comes next.
No outono, as mudanças encantadoras nas cores das árvores encantam todas as pessoas e prepara nossos corpos para lidar com o frio que virá próximo.


During the Winter, the cold weather can freeze the lakes and there is a lot of snow in some places.
Durante o inverno, o tempo frio pode congelar lagos e há muita neve em alguns locais. 


 


Sun Sol
Rain 
Chuva                
Hail 
Chuva de pedra
Snow 
Neve
Cloudy 
Nublado
Wind 
Vento
Storm 
Tempestade
Hot 
Calor
Cold 
Frio
Frost Geada

Freezing 
Congelante
Smog Névoa+ Fumaça (poluição)
Wet 
Molhado
Dry 
Seco
Ice 
Gelo
Fog 
Neblina, Nevoeiro
Mist Névoa, Bruma 
Sky Céu
Rainbow 
Arco íris


Let's practice!!!

A) Circle the appropriate word in the list of options:
1. I like ice-cream when it is very ___________________ .
cold                         hot                         raining                       windy

2. Take an umbrella, it’s __________________ .
raining                   snowing                  cold                            freezing

3. Drive carefully, there is __________________ on the road.
snowing                  fog                           ice                               dry

4. I wear a coat when it is _____________________ .
warm                       windy                       cold                           sunny

5. It is difficult to see on a _____________________ day.
windy                         raining                   foggy                         hot

6. It is a beautiful day, the _________________ is blue.
cloud                            sun                         sky                            rain

7. I love the __________________ , I build snowmen.
snow                             ice                         sun                            frost

8. There are no _________________ in the sky.
sun                                 clouds                  fog                             snow

9. The trees are shaking, it’s a ________________________ day.
foggy                               cold                      hot                           windy

10. My toes are cold, the weather is ______________________ .
cold                                   hot                      windy                        freezing
  
B) Weather opposites. Match the word related to weather on the left with the opposite word on the right:

hot                        dark
freezing               melting
calm                      bad
wet                       light
cloudy                  stormy
bright                    cold
good                    clear
heavy                   dry


Answers:
Ex A
1. hot 2. raining 3. ice 4. cold 5. foggy 6. sky 7. snow 8. clouds 9. windy 10. freezing
Ex B
hot - cold / freezing- melting/ calm- stormy / wet-dry / cloudy- clear / bright - dark / good- bad/ heavy- light



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