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PRACTICE SPELLING
AND VOCABULARY
THE WEATHER
EXTREME WEATHER: WHAT IS…?


A flash of very bright light in the sky caused
by electricity.



A violent storm with very...


A storm with small balls of ice that fall like
rain.



A long, usually hot, dry period when there is
little or no rai...
CAN YOU SPELL THE WORDS?

LIGHTNING

HURRICANE

TORNADO
HAILSTORM

DROUGHT

FLOOD
WHAT´S THE WEATHER LIKE?


It´s cool (quite cold, not cold or hot)



It´s chilly (unpleasantly cold)



It´s cold



...
 It´s mild



It´s warm (a pleasantly high

temperature)



It´s hot



It´s schorching/boiling
(unpleasantly hot)


It´s damp (a bit wet but not raining)



It´s drizzling (raining lightly)



There are showers (short periods of
rain...
ADJETIVES TO DESCRIBE WEATHER: MEMORIZE
THESE WORDS

CHANGEABLE
CLEAR

HEAVY

SETTLED

ICY

SUNNY
BRIGHT

STRONG
COMPLETE THE WEATHER
FORECAST WITH THE
ADJETIVES
In the north of England and Scotland it will be very ________
winds and h...
WELL DONE!
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Practice spelling and voabulary

  1. 1. PRACTICE SPELLING AND VOCABULARY
  2. 2. THE WEATHER
  3. 3. EXTREME WEATHER: WHAT IS…?  A flash of very bright light in the sky caused by electricity.  A violent storm with very strong winds especially in the western Atlantic Ocean  A violent storm with very strong winds which move in a circle.
  4. 4.  A storm with small balls of ice that fall like rain.  A long, usually hot, dry period when there is little or no rain.  When everything becomes filled and covered with water.
  5. 5. CAN YOU SPELL THE WORDS? LIGHTNING HURRICANE TORNADO
  6. 6. HAILSTORM DROUGHT FLOOD
  7. 7. WHAT´S THE WEATHER LIKE?  It´s cool (quite cold, not cold or hot)  It´s chilly (unpleasantly cold)  It´s cold  It´s freezing  The temperature is below zero (-10º)
  8. 8.  It´s mild  It´s warm (a pleasantly high temperature)  It´s hot  It´s schorching/boiling (unpleasantly hot)
  9. 9.  It´s damp (a bit wet but not raining)  It´s drizzling (raining lightly)  There are showers (short periods of rain)  It´s raining/wet  It´s pouring (raining a lot)
  10. 10. ADJETIVES TO DESCRIBE WEATHER: MEMORIZE THESE WORDS CHANGEABLE CLEAR HEAVY SETTLED ICY SUNNY BRIGHT STRONG
  11. 11. COMPLETE THE WEATHER FORECAST WITH THE ADJETIVES In the north of England and Scotland it will be very ________ winds and heavy rain. Driving will be dangerous as the roads will be________. However, the south of England and the Midlands will have _________ skies and ________ sunshine, though the temperature will still be quite low. Over the next few days the weather will be __________, with some showers but occasional________ periods. It should become more __________ over the weekend.
  12. 12. WELL DONE!

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