What’s the weather like? Match the phrases to the pictures.
Read the text and choose the three key ingredients that create severe thunderstorm that can produce tornadoes in the U.S.A. Use you dictionary if necessary.
The United States gets more tornadoes than any other place on the planet. The U.S. gets so many tornadoes because of the presence of the Rocky Mountains and the Gulf of Mexico. Those features create the conditions for the three key ingredients necessary for the kind of severe thunderstorm that can produce tornadoes:
- Warm, moist air at low levels
- Cool, dry air aloft
- Horizontal winds that increase with height from the ground-up—and change direction, so that they blow from the equator at low levels, and from the west aloft.
The United States sees all three of those ingredients.
Sign the pieces of clothes.
a flip flop
Choose the correct item.
Your friend bought a new gadget and he doesn’t know how to use it. But you do. You say: I
Everything is planned. We
at 6 o’clock in the morning.
The carpenter is carrying a toolbox. He
the water tap.
Cross out the odd word.
Complete the dialogue.
- Hi, do you want to eat out tonight?
- I want to try the open-air café terrace on the corner of Garden Street. .
- Have you seen the weather forecast? . There has been some drizzle this morning.
- No, the sky is clear now and you can see the sun. It will make it warm.
- But there’s a cold wind that makes it a bit chilly.
- Ok, if it starts to rain .
It may rain
It’s autumn already and the weather might not be good for eating outside again until the spring
we will go inside then.
Yes, that would be great
We can wear out coats. I want to sit in the sun for a bit