Tempo- Weather

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Hoje irei ensinar alguns vocabulário de Tempo -(Weather)

Weather- tempo

sunny
The sun is shining

Ensolarado

drizzle
It’s drizzling

Chuviscando

windy
The wind is blowing

Ventoso

rainy
It’s raining (The rain is falling.)

Chuvoso

hail
It’s hailing

Chuva de Granizo

pouring
It’s pouring (The rain is pouring down.)

Inchurrada

snowy
It’s snowing (The snow is falling.)

Nevando

storm
It’s thundering

Temporal

Adjetivos para Tempo (Weather adjectives)

scorching
Sweltering = It’s sweltering. or It’s a sweltering day.

Caloroso

freezing
Freezing = It’s freezing. or It’s a freezing day.

Gelado(frio)

warm
Warm = It’s warn. or It’s a warm day.
cold
Cold = It’s cold. or It’s a cold day.
sunny
Sunny = It’s sunny. or It’s a sunny day.

Ensolarado

cloudy
Cloudy = It’s cloudy. or It’s a cloudy day.

Nublado

clear
Clear = It’s clear. or It’s a clear day.

Limpo

storm
Stormy = It’s stormy. or It’s a stormy day.

Trovejando

mist
Misty = It’s misty. or It’s a misty day.

Brumoso

foggy
Foggy = It’s foggy. or It’s a foggy day.

Nebuloso (neblina)

breezy
Breezy = It’s breezy. or It’s a breezy day

Brisa

 

windy
Windy = It’s windy. or It’s a windy day.

Ventoso

showery
Showery = It’s showery. or It’s a showery day.

Chuvoso

rainy
Rainy = It’s rainy. or It’s a rainy day.

Chuvoso

jack frost
Frosty = It’s frosty. or It’s a frosty day.

Congelado

snowy
Snowy = It’s snowy. or It’s a snowy day.

nevoso

icy
Icy = It’s icy. or It’s an icy day.

Gelado (escorregadio)

drizzle
Drizzly = It’s drizzly. or It’s a drizzly day.

Chuviscando

sunshine
. Dry = It’s dry. or It’s a dry day.

Seco

wet
Wet = It’s wet. or It’s a wet day.

Molhado


Weather types:

Rainy
Stormy
Sunny
Cloudy
Hot
Cold
Dry
Wet
Windy
Hurricanes
typhoons
Sand-storms
Snow-storms
Tornados
Humid
Foggy
Snow
Thunder snow
Hail
Sleet
drought
wildfire
blizzard
avalanche
Mist
Thunderstorms
Thunderstorm
Weather is caused by many reasons.


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