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In the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Climate
Proverbs and Sayings Englishproverbs Russian proverbs Make hay while the sun shines Льет как из ведра Everything is good in its season Беда не приходит одна It’s raining cats and dogs Куй железо, пока горячо Little rain stills a great wind Буря в стакане воды A storm in a teacup Мал, да удал For a rainy day Громсреди ясного неба It neverrains but it pours На черный день Bolt from the blue Всему свое время
The British people say, “Other countries have a climate, in Britain we have weather.” The English also say that they have three types of weather: when it rains in the morning, when it rains in the afternoon or when it rains all day long. But this is only an exaggerated joke. Does it really rain every day in England?
Preparation Match the vocabulary with the correct definitions and write a–f next to the number 1–6. 1.graphics a. an extreme preoccupation or fixation with something 2.an obsession b. a prediction about the future 3.a bulletin c. the national TV and radio broadcaster in Britain 4.the BBC d. images produced by computers 5.climate e. a short radio or TVprogrammethat gives information 6.a forecast f. the weather patterns in an area over a period of time
Circle True or False for these sentences. 1. British people don't talk much about the weather. 2. Nick, the weather presenter, works for the BBC. 3. Britain's weather is easy to predict. 4. The weather is usually the same in all parts of Britain. 5. Modern weather forecasts use a lot of computer graphics. 6. Nick says the weather for the rest of the day will be quite good. 7. A team of people work with the presenter in the studio to produce the weather bulletin. 8. Amandeep made a good attempt at the weather bulletin.
Match the vocabulary with the correct definitions and write a–h next to the number 1–8. 1. A tornado a. a storm with strong winds and heavy snow 2. Lightning b. a large amount of water that covers a place 3.A flood c. a very strong circular wind 4. Thunder d. electrical energy that flashes in the sky during a storm 5. A gale e. loud bangs and crashes that you hear in the sky during a storm 6. Hail f. a strong wind 7. A snow storm g. a period of extremely hot weather 8. A heat wave h. small balls of frozen rain
Proper names The Gulf Stream The Gulf of Mexico The Emerald Island Celsius (Centigrade) Fahrenheit
Vocabulary Mainland – the main area of land that forms a country, as compared to islands near it that are that are also part of that country Latitude – the distance north or south of the equator, measured in degrees Humidity – the amount of water contained in the air Favourable – suitable to make something happen or succeed Fertility – the ability to support the growth of many plants Extreme – the greatest point, degree or condition
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