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Sunny and warm tomorrow.
A strong wind broke my umbrella.
Bending it inside out in one big gust.
I always lose my umbrellas.
My grandmother ’ s silk parasol.
The weather is often hard to predict.
Do you know what to do in a thunderstorm?
Dark clouds, make rain seem very likely.
Lightning often strikes tall buildings.
A mixture of rain, sleet, and very wet snow.
Three people under one umbrella.
I love to hear rain on the roof.
Rain did not stop the football game.
My umbrella didn ’ t keep my feet dry!
Umbrella, from the Latin umbra, meaning shade.
A few lightning bolts are sixty miles long.
Most lightning stayed within clouds.
Umbrellas used as sunshades are called parasols.
My aunt has a bright red umbrella.
Umbrellas have a long, interesting history.
Will it rain tonight?
Didn ’ t you wear your boots?
Not much good in a hurricane.
The Romans used parasols.
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