Vocabulary for weather Revision:
How's it going? - fed up with - to pick someone up - future simple Vocabulary (a) breeze
- a light windclear
- no mist or fog; bright skies, i.e.
fed up with
- It's a lovely, clear day, let's go for a walk.
- bored; irritated; angry, i.e.
- I'm fed up with watching TV, let's go out.
- She's fed up with her job.
- The boss is fed up with some of his staff coming late in the morning.
- when the air is full of water droplets(a) gale
- a strong wind(to) head back
- (colloquial) to return to somewhere, i.e.
How's it going?
- I'm tired, let's head back home.
- Come on, it's starting to rain, let's head back.
- to ask what's happening, generally; can be specific, i.e.
- How's your job going?
- How's your university course going?
- pleasant, warm balmy weather(to) pick someone up
- to collect someone in a car or on foot
- The movie starts at eight so I'll pick you up at seven.
- heavy rain, i.e.
- Oh, no, it's pouring. Let's get a taxi.
- rain containing ice or snow as it fallstorrential rain
- heavy rain
* Notice: it
is used as an ‘empty' subject to mean the weather.