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The British met greeting from nine in ten said the weather started [Abstract] the British greeting of the opening, the weather began from nine in ten. As the island surrounded by the sea, due to the impact of seasonal sea breeze, the British weather changes quickly, the British people even think that "no climate in the UK, only the weather". The British greeting of the opening, the weather started from nine in ten. As the island surrounded by the sea, due to the impact of seasonal sea breeze, the British weather changes quickly, the British people even think that "no climate in the UK, only the weather" (There is no climate in England, but only weather.). There are a lot of weather related idioms in english. The author gives a brief introduction of the common idioms: A, weather 1 I am feeling a bit weather under the weather this morning. I kept up very late last night. I don’t feel well this morning, slept late last night. 2 Keep a weather eye open for any small faults with your car if they are not repaired immediately they could cost you a lot of money. to you any little something wrong with the car – if not timely repair, after may spend a lot of money. 3 Bob, my fair-weather friend, left me I badly his help. needed Bob is a friend of mine who can not be a friend, when I was in need of him, he was gone. 4 The young man made terribly heavy weather of mending the puncture. It only took a few minutes when he finally did it. the young man to repair the punctured tire Big deal, he finally patched up with only a few minutes. Two, rain rain ll rain or Come shine, I ‘meet you nine tomorrow at the cinema. tomorrow at nine in the morning, at any rate in, I meet you at the cinema in. 6 After graduation, you ‘d put better some.相关的主题文章: