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T.25 - The weather

Pre-intermediate: Idioms that relate to weather

Average: 3.8 (18 votes)

Read the following conversation and pay attention to the idioms in orange:

Hank:  Surprise, Jenny! I heard about you being bedridden. I came to cheer you up.

Jenny: Wow, thanks for coming by. You’ve totally brightened up my day!

Hank: Oh, I almost forgot. I also brought you a pint of your favourite ice cream!

7 Weather Idioms

Average: 3.4 (25 votes)

People, especially English people, love talking about the weather and there are lots of weather related idioms.

Have you come across any of these idioms before?

Read through the meanings of the idioms and then check your understanding by choosing the correct idiom for each sentence below.

Let us know how you do!

Idioms

As right as rain - Feeling fine and healthy.

British Weather Vocabulary – Upper-Intermediate/Advanced

Average: 4.1 (10 votes)

Read this short story about the British weather.

Storm Idioms: 5 for you to learn

Average: 3.6 (20 votes)

storm:

(noun)An extreme weather condition with very strong wind, heavy rain and often thunder and lightning.

You probably heard the word storm used to describe weather, like in the definition above. Did you know that storm is also used to describe strong emotions? For example: