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?
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!