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In this lesson, we are going to learn words and sentences that can be used while discussing weather.
Lily: Don’t you think it’s really nice outside today?
John: Yes, it really is. The weather is perfect.
Lily: I think that it’s going to rain.
John: I hope it does rain.
Lily: I love it. The sky looks so clean after it rains. I especially love the night air after the rains.
John: I know. The rain does make it smell cleaner. I would love it if it rains today.
Lily: Yeah, so will I.
Samira: I would really like to go to the beach this weekend.
Lily: That sounds fun. What’s the weather going to be like?
Samira: The forecast said it will be warm on the weekend.
Lily: So do you think it will be perfect weather for the beach?
Samira: Certainly. It sounds like it will be.
Lily: I really hope it doesn’t get cold.
Samira: I want this trip to be perfect. I hope it stays warm.
John: It doesn’t look very nice outside today.
Samira: That’s true. I think we should postpone our plans for the beach.
John: Yeah, the weather is turning horrible. Weather forecast says it might rain.
Samira: Let’s plan for some other day when the weather is better.
John: That would be perfect. Wish the weather is pleasant soon.
Samira: Yeah! Me too.
John: It’s so cold today!
Samira: Yes I know. I hope it’s warmer tomorrow.
John: No. Actually it’s going to be even cooler.
Samira: Well. How do you know that?
John: I read tomorrow’s forecast.
Samira: The forecast? Then you don’t need to worry. It will certainly be warm. The forecast guys never get it right.
John : Really? I hope so for our sake!