Seasons and weather Seasons and weather Seasons and weather. - презентация
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Презентация на тему: " Seasons and weather Seasons and weather Seasons and weather." — Транскрипт:
Seasons and weather Seasons and weather Seasons and weather
Spring is green, Summer is bright, Autumn is yellow, Winter is white.. Spring is here, Summer is near, Grass is green. So nice and clean. Winter, spring, summer, fall – I like spring best of all.
Spring. S pring comes in March. The weather gets warmer. The fields and meadows are covered with fresh green grass. The sky is blue and cloudless. At night millions of stars shine in the darkness.
Summer. June, July and August are summer months. Summer is the hottest season in the year. Summer brings fruit and vegetables. Sometimes the sky is overcast with heavy clouds. There are storms with thunder, lightning and hail. People enjoy bright summer days if they are in the country or at the seaside!
Autumn. After a good rest autumn and harvest time comes. The air is fresh. There are ripe apples, plums and peaches. But the weather is so changeable in autumn, people have to wear raincoats and umbrellas. The leaves cover the ground like a thick carpet, the roads are slippery and wet, there are lots of puddles in the streets and again everyone looks forward to frosty winter days.
Winter Winter When winter comes, ponds, lakes, rivers and streams are frozen over. It is getting colder day by day. We spend more time at home, because it is cold outside. The trees are white when it snows. When winter comes, ponds, lakes, rivers and streams are frozen over. It is getting colder day by day. We spend more time at home, because it is cold outside. The trees are white when it snows.
W --- a nice …. D, J, F W months. W begins in D, W ends in F. ВСТАВИТЬ ПРОПУЩЕННОЕ СЛОВО
Answer the questions Is winter a good season? When does winter begin? When does winter end? Are the days short? Are the nights long? What is white with snow? What can we do in winter? Do you like winter?