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ESL Weather Lesson

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Weather reports tell us what the weather is going to be like. We can listen to the weather report on the radio or on TV. We can also read the weather report in the newspaper or on the Internet. Weather reports help us decide what to wear. When it is hot we wear shorts, when it is cool we wear jackets, and when it is raining we carry umbrellas. We use a thermometer to measure the temperature. (4 pages)

Hot

Hot

  • How is the weather?


  • It is hot.


  • It is 99°.


  • People go to the beach when it is hot.

 

Warm

Warm

  • It is warm.


  • It is 75°.


  • People have picnics when it is warm.

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