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09 / 12 / 2005

WEATHER (3): meaning and examples

Good morning. Today we will finish our topic of weather with three expressions that we can use to describe different types of weather. EXPRESSION 1: freezing cold It means: extremely cold. Example 1: I spent last Christmas in Iceland. It was freezing cold, but I wore warm clothes and so the cold didn't bother me. EXPRESSION 2: blazing hot; boiling hot It means: extremely hot. Example 2: You're going to Morocco in August? Won't it be blazing hot? EXPRESSION 3: pouring rain It means: raining a lot. Example 3: It's just impossible to get a taxi when it's pouring rain! This week we've only been able to include a few suggestions to talk about the weather in English, but I hope you have found it helpful. Thanks to Jonatan for this excellent suggestion! If you have any questions about today's Daily Vitamin, you can post them in the Daily Vitamin Plus! section on our website. If you have any questions about how to use the Daily Vitamin Plus! section, or if you would like to suggest a topic for a future Daily Vitamin, please send us an email to Enjoy your weekend!


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