How to describe the Weather
Key phrases for practice:
It’s a nice day, isn’t it?
It’s cold, isn’t it?
It will rain today.
It will be 10 degrees today.
It’s really warm.
It’s a bit humid.
Yes, it’s beautiful.
Yes, it’s freezing.
What’s the weather forecast for today?
What’s the weather like in Sydney?
What’s the weather like in your hometown?
Click here for the Dialogue SCRIPT:
Steph: Hey, Martin!
Martin: Hey! How are you doin’?
Steph: I’m great! How about you?
Martin: Good, good! It’s a nice day, isn’t it?
Steph: Yeah! It’s beautiful today!
Martin: Yeah, but a little humid.
Steph: Hmm…a tad. What’s the weather forecast for this evening?
Martin: It’s supposed to be 10 degrees.
Steph: Ooh. That’s quite cool!
Steph: By the way Martin, you’re from Chicago, right?
Steph: What’s the weather like in your hometown?
Martin: Winters are cold and snowy. But summers are hot and humid, like Tokyo.
Steph: Like Tokyo, eh! You’re in your element.
Martin: That’s right! You’re from Ottawa?
Martin: What’s the weather like in your hometown?
Steph: Like yours. Winters are very cold. It’s freezing! Very snowy. Summers are comfortable, especially in the evening.
Martin: So you’re also in your element.
Steph: All right, buddy. I got to fly, I got to work…but it was good to see you.
Martin: All right, take care!