TERMS TO TALK ABOUT SEASONS AND WEATHER IN ENGLISH
Glancing through a completely contrast topic of adjectives, verbs, nouns , idioms used to talk about weather in English
As you all know the seasons which are namely,
Here we go,
First lets have a pleasant beginning with the spring season
1. The adjective associated with spring season are Cool, Breezy, bright, fresh, cloudy, muggy, wet as spring is always a weather which has mostly more of daylight hours, freshness and blooming flowers.
2. Verbs associated with spring season are drizzle and pour.
3. Nouns for spring could be like rain, downpour
4. Idioms for spring, to rain cats and dogs and to chuck it down, to bucket through, to be soaked through.
All these idioms totally mean heavy downpour
1. Adjectives associated with winter are cold, bitter, chilling, freezing, crisp, biting, chilly, severe, wintery, frosty, gloomy, harsh, bleak…..
I guess these might have been pretty fresh with their connection with winter season.
2. Switching on to the words associated with winter season are to sleet, to hail, to freeze over, to snow
3. Nouns associated with winter are snow, blizzard, frost, hail, sleet
4. Finally the idioms associated with winter are a cold snap, frozen to death,
These idioms mean very cold……..
1. The adjectives associated with summer with scorching, boiling, humid, blistering, dry, burning, sweltering, sunny, roasting.
2. Verbs associated to summers are to shine, to boil, to burn.
3. Nouns associated with summer are sunshine, heat
4. Idioms associated withs summer, to sweat like a pig, to soak up the sun, to go brown, to catch some rays all these idioms mean to tan.
Finally let’s peep into the Autumn (Fall)season
4. AUTUMN (FALL)
1. The adjectives denoting the autumn season are mild, blustery, misty, autumn, foggy, null
2. Verbs associated with autumn season are to blow, to howl, to fall
3. Nouns associated with autumn loo, fog, storm, hurricane
4. Idioms associated with autumn are autumn years, an old chest nut, to take a leaf out of someone’s book, to turn into pumpkin, squirrel away, rake up.
Finally we have reached the closure this small topic of talking about seasons and weather hope this would be of practical use
Come on start analyzing current weather and use relevant words for them in you daily life…
Catch you soon with yet another topic which creates interest in English