English people love to talk about the weather. Here are some general questions and answers about the weather.
‘What’s the weather like?’ ‘It’s very sunny.’
‘It’s stormy. Let’s cancel the trip.’
‘Shall we go out then?’ ‘Yes, why not?’
‘It’s cloudy. I think it’s going to rain. Don’t forget to take an umbrella before you go out.’
‘It’s windy. I don’t think we should go out.’
‘The weather is fine.’
‘It’s raining. We can’t go out now.’
‘It’s snowing. Don’t go out. You’ll catch a cold.’
‘I think the fog will soon clear up.’
‘What awful weather we are having!’‘Yeah. It is ridiculously hot.’
‘What a nice day!’
‘The sun is shining. You can’t find even a cloud in the sky.’
‘We’d a lot of rain yesterday.’
‘We didn’t get much rain this year.’
‘We haven’t had any rain in months. I’m afraid that a drought is going to set in.’
It’s ridiculously hot!
Story line: Krishna and Mira are complaining about the weather. Here is a piece of conversation between them.
Krishna: What awful weather we’re having. It’s ridiculously hot!
Mira: Yes, it’s worse than last year.
Krishna: It feels like the whole world is broiling. No wonder, several people have already died.
Mira: Yes, you must be very careful when you go out in the hot sun.
Krishna: Forget about going out. The heat is unbearable even inside.
Mira: Yeah! I just hope that it doesn’t get any worse.