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Talk about the weather in English

Here are some simple adjectives to describe the weather. With pictures!
A: "How's the weather today?"
B: "It's sunny!"
A: "How's the weather today?"
B: "It's cloudy."
A: "How's the weather today?"
B: "It's very windy!" *We can use different words with windy to show how strong the wind is.
B: "It's a little windy." OR "It's really windy!"
It's raining
A: "How's the weather today?"
B: "Unfortunately it's raining. My baseball game was cancelled."
It's snowing
A: "How's the weather today?"
B: "It's snowing! We can build a snowman!"

Too easy? Tomorrow we will learn some advanced weather vocabulary!

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