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WEATHER AND CLIMATE VOCABULARY ELL Level 2
It is so HOT that the guy is sweating! It is boiling hot.
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It is very COLD. It is not just chilly, but freezing cold.
When it’s cold, I wear...
Blizzard: a snow storm that goes on for a long time
It is extremely windy and the trees are bending over.
If it is very windy…
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