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Weather IdiomsPlay
The word 'weather' is used in many idiomatic expressions to represent different life situations. SlideHe's under the weather today, so he won't attend the meeting.
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Cultural ReferencesPlay
'Weather' often appears in conversations as a neutral topic or to break the ice when meeting new people. SlideLovely weather we're having; it makes for a perfect day at the beach.
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Descriptive LanguagePlay
Use vivid adjectives with 'weather' for more detailed and engaging descriptions. SlideThe weather turned bitterly cold as the sun set.