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Ukázkový odkaz



Weather and season



Základní otázky

1. What kind of climate is there in the Czech Republic? What is typical of it?

2. Describe the weather in spring. What happens in the nature?

3. When does summer begin? What is typical summer weather like?

4. When does autumn begin? What is typical autumn weather like?

5. Describe the weather in winter.


The Czech Republic has a moderate continental climate. There are some differences between summer and winter. Summer temperatures usually don’t exceed 25- 30 degrees centigrade and in winter seldom fall lower than 10 degrees below zero.


A year is divided into four seasons: spring, summer, autumn. Each season lasts for about three months and is interesting in some way.


Spring begins on the 21st March. Many people consider spring and summer the most beautiful seasons of the year and that is why they usually fall in love in spring. Nature begins to awake from its long winter sleep and new life starts. Nights get shorter and days get longer. There is more sunshine and it is warmer and warmer. The weather in spring, especially in April is really unpredictable and changeable. Spring flowers: snowdrop, primrose, violet, tulip, daffodil, daisy, dandelion, pansy, crocus.


June 21 is the date when summer begins. School children love this season the most because they have two months holidays. Everybody starts to be more interested in the weather because people set off for journeys and take holidays. In summer the rain often comes in the form of a storm. All of sudden the sky is overcast, it gets dark and cools down, a breeze changes into a strong wind and the storm is about to break. Then there is a blow of thunder and a flash of lightning and a heavy downpour. It is dangerous to stand under a tree during a storm because the lightning might hit it. Summer is also the time of strawberries, bilberries, raspberries, blackberries and cranberries and the harvest of corn.


At the beginning of September when the school year begins, summer in reality is over and on the 23rd September autumn come. In autumn the sun sets earlier and rises later and days get shorter. The nice weather breaks although we can still enjoy a few fine days of Indian summer. Many people go picking mushrooms. The leaves of maples, birches, ashes, beeches, oaks, become tinted yellow, orange, brown and red and make lovely contrast with evergreen conifers (pines, spruces). This colourful period does not last long because soon the trees shed their leaves and by November they will be bare. Birds flock together and set out for the journey to the south. In Autumn the weather  is unsettled, the sky is often cloudy, mornings are dull and it looks like raining. People refer to the weather as awful or nasty.

According to the calendar, winter comes on December 21, but in fact it often begins earlier. Typical winter weather brings snowfall, icy wind and hard frosts. We can enjoy skiing, in the mountains, and hills, covered with a thick layer of fluffy snow and we admire the winter scenery. The roads become icy and slippery and it makes driving hazardous because you can skid easily. Gardeners often become worried about their fruit trees and gamekeepers about the game which may freeze to death and that is why they have to feed the animals.


The weather forecast

It will be cloudy (sunny, windy, rainy, foggy …) today. Temperatures maximum –1oC to 3oC. Northwest to north-bound wind will be 8 to 12 m/s fast.


Doplňující otázky

Ways to Live Green


Waste Not, Want Not

  • Take a five minute shower.
  • Reduce unnecessary packaging. Reuse materials whenever possible. Recycle everything you can.
  • Buy a reusable water bottle.
  • Use washable food containers instead of disposable plastic wrap and bags.
  • Use cloth napkins and towels instead of paper.
  • Take reusable bags with you whenever you go shopping.
  • Buy recycled paper, use both sides, and think twice before you print.


Save Your Energy

  • Walk, bike, or use public transportation instead of driving.
  • Shut off lights, computers, and other electronic equipment when you're not using them.
  • Use compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs).
  • Put on a sweater instead of turning up the heat. 
  • Use a fan instead of air conditioning.


For Health's Sake

  • Buy locally grown and/or organic produce.
  • Reduce the amount of animal products you eat.
  • Start composting your kitchen and yard waste.
  • Grow only native plants and don't use pesticides, fertilizers, or chemicals.
  • Use natural soaps and cleaning products.
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