IELTS Vocabulary – Weather

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  • the heavens open – it begins to rain very hard
  • pouring down – raining very heavily
  • a British thing – a social quirk or trait of British people or culture
  • an icebreaker – a question or a statement used to start a conversation with another person or stranger
  • peppy – lively and high-spirited.
    “a peppy and energetic woman”
  • optimistic – hopeful and confident about the future.
  • overcast – (of the sky or weather) marked by a covering of grey cloud; dull.
    “a chilly, overcast day”
  • miserable – sad, unhappy
  • depressed – (of a person) in a state of unhappiness
  • Keep an eye on – keep under careful observation.
    “dealers are keeping an eye on the currency markets”
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