(At the Browns' house)
Meg: What's the weather like today, Amy?
Amy: It's warm, but it's raining.
Meg: Again? There's a lot of rain here in June.
Amy: Well, it's the rainy season now.
Meg: I see. Let's go to Ted's house now.
Amy: Wait! The rain is too heavy.
Meg: That's OK. I can take my new umbrella with me.
(At Ted's house)
Ted: Hi. Come on in.
Amy: I'm cold and wet.
Ted: Here's a dry towel for you.
Amy: Thank you.
Ted: It rains a lot here in summer.
Meg: You can say that again.
Ted: Do you have snow here in winter?
Amy: Yes. It sometimes snows at Hehuanshan in winter.
Ted: Good! Maybe we can go there in winter and make a snowman.
- weather [ˋwɛðɚ] n.
How's the weather in Japan?
- warm [wɔrm] adj.
溫暖的 The weather is warm.
- rain [ren] v. ; n.
There is a lot of rain in spring.
- rainy [ˋrenɪ] adj.
Today is a rainy day.
- season [ˋsizn] n.
What season do you like?
- heavy [ˋhɛvɪ] adj.
What's in the box? It's so heavy.
- umbrella [ʌmˋbrɛlə] n.
Don't forget to bring an umbrella with you.
like [laɪk] prep.
James is really like his father.
- too [tu] adv.
The soup is too hot.
cold [kold] adj.
Is it cold outside?
- wet [wɛt] adj.
It's raining outside, and my shoes are all wet.
- dry [draɪ] adj.
I need a dry towel after a bath.
- towel [ˋtaʊəl] n.
Clean your face with a towel, please.
- summer [ˋsʌmɚ] n.
Summer is my favorite season.
- snow [sno] n. ; v.
They're running in the snow.
- winter [ˋwɪntɚ] n.
The winter this year is so cold.
- snowman [ˋsno͵mæn] n.
There's a big hat on the snowman's head.
You can say that again. [ju kæn se ðæt əˋgɛn]
A: Amy is a cute girl.
B: You can say that again.