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A man and woman standing in front of a window and wall thermometer.

Talking about the weather Talking about the weather

Written by Espen Stranger-Johannessen

Illustrated by Ognjen Drageljević

Read by Pip Hardy

Language English

Level Level 2

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A man and woman standing in front of a window and wall thermometer.

“The days are starting to get cold. What is the temperature?”

“The days are starting to get cold. What is the temperature?”


A woman pointing to a wall thermometer standing next to a man.

“It’s nine degrees. It’s still autumn, but soon it will be winter.”

“It’s nine degrees. It’s still autumn, but soon it will be winter.”


A man thinking about sunbathing.

“I’m looking forward to spring, but I prefer summer, when it’s nice and warm.”

“I’m looking forward to spring, but I prefer summer, when it’s nice and warm.”


A woman pointing to the clouds through a window and standing next to a man.

“I don’t mind the cold. It’s the rain and wind I don’t like.”

“I don’t mind the cold. It’s the rain and wind I don’t like.”


An unhappy man looking through a window at the clouds.

“Look at those dark clouds. Tomorrow it will rain. It will be very windy too. Perhaps there will be a storm.”

“Look at those dark clouds. Tomorrow it will rain. It will be very windy too. Perhaps there will be a storm.”


A man standing in a house looking through the window at the stormy weather.

“I hope not. I really don’t like bad weather, especially thunder and lightning. I’m afraid the lightning might strike me.”

“I hope not. I really don’t like bad weather, especially thunder and lightning. I’m afraid the lightning might strike me.”


Written by: Espen Stranger-Johannessen
Illustrated by: Ognjen Drageljević
Read by: Pip Hardy
Language: English
Level: Level 2
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