a)___ is a large amount of water which covers a place that is usually dry land b) ___ is a sudden shaking of the ground c) ___ is a very violent wind or storm d) ___ is a very violent wind in the form of a funnel of air that spins at great speed e) ___ is a mountain with a hole called a crater in the top. Sometimes lava and gases are thrown from the crater. f) ___ is a long period of dry weather when there is not enough water. g) ___ is a large amount of sea water, moving towards the coast h) ___ is a heavy fall of snow and ice coming down a mountain 1. An earthquake5. A flood 2. A hurricane6. A drought 3. A tornado7. An avalanche 4. A volcano8. A tsunami
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1)Mountain Vesuvius in Italy is one of the biggest volcanoes / hurricanes in the world. 2) Somewhere in the world a volcano / flood erupts every two minutes. 3) The most powerful tornado / earthquake on record (9.3 on the Richter scale) occurred in Greece. 4) The city of Venice has been destroyed by floods / fires more than twice in its history.
1)All kinds of disasters either destructive or completely destroy the environment. 2) Floods, earthquakes and tornadoes leave a lot of damaged houses behind them. 3) The last earthquake in the USA was very destructive. 4) "I'm sorry, I can't help you because of my broken finger." - "It's OK. I'll manage myself. 5) My grandpa has a magic touch. He can repair all broken things if the damage is not too bad. destroy damagedamaged broken destructive
1. Tornadoes consist of 2. Bright flashes of lightning 3. Tornadoes are dangerous because a) large clouds and terrible sounds. b) very strong winds. a) are seen from the distance. b) blow down everything on their way. a) they occur in spring. b) they destroy houses and pick up everything they can.
1.Define the wind direction and fire spreading. 2.Shut the windows and the doors from exposed to the wind side and open them from the other side. 3.Switch on TV or radio and listen to the information. 4.Leave the fire zone and go to meet wind 5.Prepare some food, water, medicine and other necessary things. 6.Fix the furniture, put heavy things on the floor. 7.Move on the ground, dont try to leave fire behind you. 8.Find the safe place in a building (near the main walls, in the corners) 9.Switch off gas, water, electricity. 10.If it is possible, try to get your clothes wet. 11.If you are outside, find a pit, a ditch, or a ravine far from buildings. 12.Take your passport, some necessary things and go to the definite place. 13.Inform about fire as soon as possible. 14.If you are in any transport, leave it and find the safe place. 15.Keep away damaged buildings.