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4.1: Vocabulary

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    Learning Objectives

    In this section

    • You will learn new weather vocabulary.
    • You will use new vocabulary in context and conversation setting.

    Vocabulary (1)

    Listen to new vocabulary that relates to weather in the following recording and repeat as you follow along in the list of words underneath. Listen as many times for fluency.

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    Activity

    Fill in the blanks with words that best complete the meaning.

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    Activity

    With your classmates. Ask and answer the following questions then report your findings to class.

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    Activity

    With your classmates. Use the following clues to report about the weather condition in each of the following cities. You can follow the first example.

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    weather illustrations

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    Key Takeaways

    • You can talk about the weather in the four seasons in your town.

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