Today's lesson is about weather vocabulary. You're going to see six meteorological conditions but things aren't so simple. You will see a torch flickering on the screen, lighting sections of the picture, you can move it up and down, to the left and to the right. That way, you will see more and more. Click on the two sizes of magnifying glass to decide how powerful your light is. If you think you know what the picture shows or if you just give up and want to see it, click on the lightbulb to turn the lights on. You can turn them off by clicking on the bulb again. The time is now, give it a try.
Do you think you have the right answers? O.K. Let's check right now. I'll tell you the solutions for each picture and the definition of the word.
1 is a blizzard: A storm with lots of snow and wind
2 is drizzling: To drizzle means to rain slowly
3 is a draught: A period of time with no rain
4 is a flood: An overflow of water
5 is fog: Thick water vapour that blocks your vision
6 is hail: Small pieces of ice that fall during a storm
And that's all, folks! If you didn't know those words, you've learnt something new. If you knew them and got them right, congratulations!