Name and Function of Furniture in Living Room

Name and Function of Furniture in Living Room

Name and Function of Furniture in Living Room

Name and Function of Furniture in Living Room

       When we are in the living room, we will find many furniture or things in it. Sometimes however, we don’t know what the names of the furniture or things they are. For this, we want to share about the Name and Function of furniture or things in Living Room so that we know the name of the tools in the living room. (Also read : Name and Function of Kitchen Tools)

Below are some Name and Function of the Furniture or Things in the Living Room :

  • Chair = a piece of furniture for one person to sit on, having a back and, usually, four legs
  • Table = a piece of furniture with a flat top and one or more legs, providing a level surface on which objects may be placed, and that can be used for such purposes as eating, writing, working, or playing games.
  • Carpet = This can be used to cover an entire floor to make it softer to walk on.
  • Rug = This is like a carpet but doesn’t usually cover the entire floor.
  • Sofa / couch = This is a large, soft chair, usually meant for several people to sit on.
  • Coffee table = This is a low table typically placed in front of a sofa.
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  • Television / TV = You’ll often find this in a living room as a main source of entertainment for the family.
  • TV stand = What piece of furniture does a TV usually rest on?
  • Side table = This is a small table placed beside couches for drinks, books, etc.
  • Fireplace = Where in the living room can you safely start a small fire?
  • Fire iron / poker = This a long, metal instrument used to tend a fire.
  • Firewood = What do you call the wood used to start a fire in a fireplace?
  • Futon / pull-out sofa / sofa-bed = This is a type of sofa that can be unfolded to become a bed, in case you have a guest sleeping over.
  • Bean bag = This is a squishy, shapeless chair filled with beans, beads, or something similar.
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  • Speakers = You can hook these up to your TV system to amplify the sound in the room.
  • Home theater = If you have an elaborate TV system setup with speakers and a large screen, you might call it a Home theater
  • Vase = an open jar of glass or porcelain used as an ornament or to hold flowers
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    Name and Function of Kitchen Tools

    Name and Function of Kitchen Tools

    Name and Function of Kitchen Tools

    Name and Function of Kitchen Tools

           When we are in the kitchen, we will find many tools or utensils in it. Sometimes however, we don’t know what the names of the tools or utensils they are. For this, we want to share about the Name and Function of Kitchen Tools so that we know the name of the tools in the kitchen. (Also read : Major Internal Organ of the Body)

    Below are some Name and Function of Kitchen Tools

  • Baking tray – a flat metal tray on which objects such as small cakes or buns can be placed while they are baked in the oven
  • Barbecue – a grill or fireplace used in barbecuing
  • Blender – a kitchen appliance with blades used for puréeing vegetables, blending liquids, etc
  • Bottle opener – a device for opening bottles with crown caps, such as beer bottles
  • Bread knife – a knife, usually with a serrated blade, used for cutting slices from a loaf of bread
  • Cake tin – a tin for storing cakes
  • Carving knife – a long-bladed knife for carving cooked meat for serving
  • Casserole – a covered dish of earthenware, glass, etc, in which food is cooked and served
  • Chip pan – a deep pan for frying potato chips, etc
  • Chopping board – a wooden or plastic board used for chopping vegetables, meat etc on
  • Chopsticks – a pair of small sticks of wood or ivory, held together in one hand and used in some asian countries as utensils, as to lift food to the mouth
  • Coffee grinder – a machine for grinding coffee
  • Coffeepot – a pot in which coffee is brewed or served
  • Colander – a pan with a perforated bottom for straining or rinsing foods
  • Cooker – an apparatus, usually of metal and heated by gas, electricity, oil, or solid fuel, for cooking food; stove
  • Cooling rack – a wire frame used for cooling food on
  • Corkscrew – a device for drawing corks from bottles, typically consisting of a pointed metal spiral attached to a handle or screw mechanism
  • Dessertspoon – a spoon intermediate in size between a tablespoon and a teaspoon
  • Egg beater or egg whisk – a piece of kitchen equipment used for mixing the different parts of an egg together
  • Fan-assisted oven – an electric oven in which a fan circulates the air and which uses both top and bottom heat
  • Fish slice – a kitchen utensil with a broad flat blade. It is used for lifting and turning food when frying
  • Food processor – an electric domestic appliance designed to speed the preparation and mixing of ingredients by automatic chopping, grating, blending, etc
  • Fork – a small usually metal implement consisting of two, three, or four long thin prongs on the end of a handle, used for lifting food to the mouth or turning it in cooking, etc
  • Frying pan – a long-handled shallow pan used for frying
  • Grater – a kitchen utensil with sharp-edged perforations for grating carrots, cheese, etc
  • Grill – a device on a cooker that radiates heat downwards for grilling meat, fish, etc
  • Ice-cream maker – a device used in making ice cream
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  • Juicer or juice extractor – a kitchen appliance, usually operated by electricity, for extracting juice from fruits and vegetables
  • Kettle – a metal or plastic container with a handle and spout for boiling water
  • Knife – a cutting instrument consisting of a sharp-edged often pointed blade of metal fitted into a handle or onto a machine
  • Masher – a device for mashing vegetables, fruit, etc.
  • Mould – a shaped cavity used to give a definite form to fluid or plastic material
  • Ladle – a long-handled spoon having a deep bowl for serving or transferring liquids
  • Lemon squeezer – any of various devices for extracting the juice from citrus fruit
  • Liquidizer – a kitchen appliance with blades for cutting and puréeing vegetables, blending liquids, etc
  • Loaf tin – a tin that is used for baking bread
  • Mandoline – a utensil with an adjustable blade, for slicing foods thinly and evenly
  • Measuring jug – a graduated jug used in cooking to measure ingredients
  • Microwave or microwave oven – an oven in which food is cooked by microwaves
  • Mixing bowl – a concave bowl with steep sides suitable for mixing ingredients
  • Nutcracker – a device for cracking the shells of nuts
  • Olla – a cooking pot
  • Oven – an enclosed heated compartment or receptacle for baking or roasting food
  • Pastry cutter – a cutter that is used to cut pastry into shapes
  • Peeler – a special knife or mechanical device for peeling vegetables, fruit, etc
  • Pepper mill – a small hand mill used to grind peppercorns
  • Poacher – a metal pan with individual cups for poaching eggs
  • Pot – a container made of earthenware, glass, or similar material; usually round and deep, often having a handle and lid, used for cooking and other domestic purposes
  • Ramekin – a savory dish made from a cheese mixture baked in a fireproof container
  • Rolling pin – a cylinder with handles at both ends, often of wood, used for rolling dough, pastry, etc, out flat
  • Saucepan – a metal or enamel pan with a long handle and often a lid, used for cooking food
  • Skillet – a small frying pan
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  • Spatula – a utensil with a broad flat, often flexible blade, used for lifting, spreading, or stirring foods, etc
  • Spoon – a metal, wooden, or plastic utensil having a shallow concave part, usually elliptical in shape, attached to a handle, used in eating or serving food, stirring, etc
  • Spurtle – a flat kitchen tool used to turn food on a griddle or in a pan
  • Steamer – a boat or ship driven by steam-engines
  • Strainer – a sieve used for straining sauces, vegetables, tea, etc
  • Tablespoon – a spoon, larger than a dessertspoon, used for serving food, etc
  • Tagine – a large, heavy n african cooking pot with a conical lid
  • Teapot – a container with a lid, spout, and handle, in which tea is made and from which it is served
  • Teaspoon – a small spoon used for stirring tea, eating certain desserts, etc
  • Timbale – a mixture of meat, fish, etc, in a rich sauce, cooked in a mold lined with potato or pastry
  • Tin-opener – a small tool for opening tins
  • Toaster – a device for toasting bread, usually electric, and often equipped with an automatic timer
  • Toasting fork – a long-handled fork for browning food in front of a fire
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    Major Internal Organ of the Body

    Major Internal Organ of the Body

    Major Internal Organ of the Body

    Major Internal Organ of the Body

           Our body is more than what we see when we look in the mirror. There are different parts that have different jobs, but each part works together so we can eat, sleep, sit in class and play with friends. (Also read : Abbreviations Related to Computer and Internet)

           Our body is a pretty amazing thing! While there’s lots happening on the outside that we can see, such as scratching an itch, eating lunch with our friends at school and running outdoors, there’s even more happening inside.

    Below are Some of the easily recognizable internal organs and their associated functions.

    They are:

    1. The brain

    The brain is the control centre of the nervous system and is located within the skull. Its functions include muscle control and coordination, sensory reception and integration, speech production, memory storage, and the elaboration of thought and emotion.

    1. The lungs

    The lungs are two sponge-like, cone-shaped structures that fill most of the chest cavity. Their essential function is to provide oxygen from inhaled air to the bloodstream and to exhale carbon dioxide. read more

    Abbreviations Related to Computer and Internet

    Abbreviations Related to Computer and Internet

    Abbreviations Related to Computer and Internet

    Abbreviations Related to Computer and Internet

          When we are doing activities about computer or internet, we find some shortened form of a word or phrase of Abbreviations Related to Computer and Internet. However, they can be used as Acronyms when they can be pronounced as single words. In other words, shortened forms are abbreviations some of which are acronyms. In this posting, I will not explain about the differences between abbreviations and acronyms. I just want to share about some Abbreviations Related to Computer and Internet in which we commonly find them in our activities around the Computer or Internet. (Also read : Family Members and Their Indonesian Meaning)

    Now, let’s go to the information about Abbreviations Related to Computer and Internet we often find:

    ac

    academic organization: used in the email and website addresses of universities, colleges, and schools

    ADSL

    Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line: a method of connecting a computer to the Internet that allows a very fast exchange of information, and allows you to be connected at all times without having to pay any extra money read more

    Family Members and Their Indonesian Meaning

    Family Members and Their Indonesian Meaning

    Family Members and Their Indonesian Meaning

    Family Members and Their Indonesian Meaning

          Vocabulary is an important element in mastering English. Yes, of course, if you want to be able to speak English, you have to know all the vocabulary you want to use. For this, in this occasion we will discuss about Family Members and Their Indonesian Meaning, they are including relatives and words related to family. By memorizing all of Family Members and Their Indonesian Meaning, you will learn more English vocabulary. Come on, straight away, here is a family vocabulary list of family members’ language vocabulary in English, and terms that you often hear in your family and relatives, also their meaning in Indonesian. (Also read : Javanese People inventor of Letters Beginning E)

    Below are Family Members and Their Indonesian Meaning :

    • Adoption = Adopsi
    • adoptive father = Ayah dari adopsi
    • adoptive mother = Ibu dari adopsi
    • Adult = dewasa
    • ancestor = nenek moyang, leluhur
    • Aunt = Bibi
    • bachelor = perjaka
    • birth mother = ibu kandung
    • blood relative = kerabat sedarah
    • bride = pengantin pr
    • bridegroom = pengantin lk
    • Brother = Saudara lk
    • brotherhood = persaudaraan
    • brother-in-law = Saudara ipar lk
    • brotherly = (bersifat) persaudaraan
    • care-giver = orang yang mengurus anggota keluarga
    • child = anak
    • childhood = masa anak-anak
    • children (jamak dari child) = anak-anak
    • clan = klan (keluarga besar)
    • close-knit = hubungan erat
    • connection = koneksi, hubungan
    • Cousin = Sepupu
    • dad = Ayah
    • daddy = ayah
    • Daughter = Anak perempuan
    • Daughter-in-law = Menantu pr
    • descendant = keturunan, anak-cucu
    • divorce = perceraian
    • engaged = bertunangan
    • engagement = tunangan
    • estranged = diasingkan
    • ex- = mantan, bekas
    • ex-husband = mantan suami
    • extended family = keluarga besar
    • ex-wife = mantan istri
    • family tree = pohon keluarga
    • Father = Ayah
    • Fiancé = tunangan (laki-laki)
    • Fiancée = tunangan (perempuan)
    • flesh and blood = darah daging
    • folks = sanak saudara
    • foster child = anak angkat
    • foster father = ayah angkat
    • foster mother = ibu angkat
    • foster parent = orang tua angkat
    • fraternal = persaudaraan
    • fraternal twin = saudara kembar
    • friend = teman
    • genealogy = silsilah keturunan
    • gramps = kakek (lebih informal)
    • Granddaughter = Cucu pr
    • Grandfather = Kakek
    • grandma = nenek
    • Grandmother = Nenek
    • grandpa = kakek
    • Grandparents = Kakek-nenek
    • Grandson = Cucu lk
    • granny = nenek
    • great-aunt = bibi dari orang tua
    • great-granddaughter = cicit pr (anak dari cucu)
    • great-grandfather = buyut lk
    • great-grandmother = buyut pr
    • great-grandparent = buyut
    • great-grandson = cicit lk (anak dari cucu)
    • great-uncle = paman dari orang tua
    • groom = mempelai lk
    • grownup = dewasa
    • half-brother
    • half-sister
    • heir = ahli waris
    • heiress = ahli waris pr.
    • Helpmate = pembantu (suami istri)
    • Hereditary = turun-temurun
    • Heritage = warisan
    • History = sejarah
    • Home = rumah (Also read other article at : I Miss My Childhood)
    • Household = rumah tangga
    • Husband = Suami
    • identical twin = kembar identik
    • infancy = masa bayi
    • infant = bayi baru lahir
    • inherit = mewarisi, ahli waris
    • inheritance = warisan
    • juvenile = anak muda, remaja
    • kin = kerabat, sanak famili
    • kindred = keluarga
    • kinfolk = kerabat
    • kinship = kekerabatan
    • kith = kenalan-kenalan, handai taulan, sanak keluarga
    • lineage = garis silsilah keluarga
    • love = cinta, kasih sayang
    • loyalty = kesetiaan
    • maiden name = nama gadis
    • mama = ibu
    • marriage = pernikahan
    • mate = kawan, kerabat, pasangan, dsb.
    • Maternal = keibuan, berhubungan dengan ibu
    • Matriarch = ibu sebagai pemimpin keluarga
    • Matrimony = ikatan suci pernikahan
    • Minor = orang yang belum dewasa
    • Miss = nona
    • Mom = Ibu
    • Mommy = Ibu
    • Monogamy = pernikahan tunggal (beristri satu)
    • Mother = Ibu
    • Mother = ibu
    • = Tuan
    • = Nyonya
    • = Nona
    • Natal = Kelahiran
    • Nephew = Keponakan lk
    • Newlywed = Pasangan baru menikah
    • Niece = Keponakan pr
    • nuclear family = keluarga inti
    • nuptial = berhubungan dengan pernikahan
    • nurture = pengasuhan
    • offspring = keturunan
    • orphan = yatim-piatu
    • papa = Ayah
    • Parent = Orang tua
    • Parent-in-law = Mertua
    • partner = Rekan
    • paternal = berhubungan dengan Ayah
    • patriarch = ayah sebagai kepala keluarga
    • pop = Ayah (panggilan)
    • posterity = anak-cucu
    • progenitor = nenek moyang
    • progeny = anak-cucu, keturunan
    • quadruplets = kembar empat
    • quints = kembar lima
    • quintuplets = kembar lima
    • related = berhubunagan erat
    • relations = relasi, hubungan
    • relative = sanak kerabat
    • second cousin = sepupu kedua
    • senior = senior (Also read other article at : Soal tentang Present Continuous Tense)
    • separation = perceraian
    • sibling = saudara kandung
    • single =lajang
    • Sister = Saudara pr
    • sisterhood = persaudaraan
    • sisterly = (bersifat) persaudaraan
    • Son = Anak laki-laki
    • Son-in-law = Menantu lk
    • spouse = pasangan (suami atau istri)
    • Step child = Anak tiri
    • stepbrother = saudara tiri lk.
    • stepdad = Ayah tiri
    • Stepdaughter = Anak tiri pr
    • stepdaughter = anak tiri pr.
    • Stepfather = Ayah tiri
    • Stepmom = ibu tiri
    • Stepmother = ibu tiri
    • Stepsister = saudara perempuan
    • Stepson = Anak tiri lk
    • Stepson = anak tiri lk.
    • surrogate mother = wali pr.
    • Tribe = suku
    • Triplets = kembar tiga
    • Trust = kepercayaan
    • Trustworthy = dapat dipercaya
    • twin brother = saudara kembar lk.
    • twin sister = saudara kembar pr.
    • Twins = saudara kembar
    • Uncle = Paman
    • virgin = perawan
    • Wedding = pernikahan
    • Wedlock = ikatan pernikahan
    • widow = janda
    • widower = duda
    • Wife = Istri
    • Wife = istri
    • Youth = kaum muda

          That’s all our article about Family Members and Their Indonesian Meaning and their Family Relationship we can post for this occasion. Hopefully the post about Family Members and Their Indonesian Meaning above can help us to improve our English understanding, especially for improving our vocabulary. (Also read other article at : Bapak Nesu mergo sego pecel) read more

    Words related to Family Relationship

    Words related to Family Relationship

    Words related to Family Relationship

    Words related to Family Relationship

            After discussing about family member in the previous post, now we want to discuss more Words related to Family Relationship that consists of some words around the process of marriage, before or after or other words about relationship. (also read : The Meaning of Family Member)

    Below are Words related to Family Relationship:

  • A baby is a very young child
  • An infant is a baby or very young child, newborn child
  • A toddler is a young child who has just learnt to walk
  • Marriage is legal relationship between a husband and wife
  • Marry somebody, get married to somebody – become somebody’s husband or wife
  • Go out (with somebody) – spend time with somebody and have a romantic or sexual relationship with them
  • Get engaged – agree to marry somebody
  • Wedding is the act of marrying, a marriage ceremony (and the meal or party that usually follows it)
  • A bride is a woman on her wedding day, or just before or just after it
  • A (bride)groom is a man on his wedding day, or just before or just after it
  • Honeymoon is a holiday taken by a couple who have just got married. (Also read other article at : Light Lantern Illuminates Darkness)
  • Divorce is the legal ending of a marriage; end your marriage legally
  • Adult is somebody who has reached the age of legal majority,
  • Couple are two people who are married, are living together, or have an intimate relationship
  • Fiancé is the man to whom a woman is engaged to be married
  • Fiancée is the woman to whom a man is engaged to be married
  • Youth is a boy/girl or young man/woman in his/her teens or early twenties
  • Boyfriend is a boy or man that a girl or woman goes out with
  • Girlfriend is a girl or woman that a boy or man goes out with
  • Widow is a woman whose husband has died
  • Widower is a man whose wife has died (Also read other article in Indonesian version at : Soal Pilihan Ganda Iman Kepada Kitab Allah)
  • Bachelor is a man who has never been married
  • Spinster is a woman who has never been married
  • Single is a person who isn’t married and doesn’t have a boyfriend/girlfriend
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    The Meaning of Family Member

    The Meaning of Family Member

    The Meaning of Family Member

    The Meaning of Family Member

            There are some members in one family. It can be a nuclear family and big family. A nuclear family usually consists of a father, a mother and son or/and daughter. However, here we will discuss about a big family and we should know The Meaning of Family Member to differ them. (also read : Names of Room and Place at School)

    Below are the members and The Meaning of Family Member:

    father is somebody’s male parent

    mother is somebody’s female parent

    parents are somebody’s father and mother

    son is somebody’s male child

    daughter is somebody’s female child

    husband is the man who a woman is married to

    wife is the woman who a man is married to (Also read other article at : Teacher Unmentioned Hero)

    spouse is somebody married to another person; husband or wife

    brother is a boy or man who has the same parents as another person

    sister is a girl or woman who has the same parents as another person

    sibling is a brother or sister

    elder brother/sister is a brother/sister who is older than you

    younger brother/sister is brother/sister who is younger than you read more

    Words related to the Airport and Flight

    Words related to the Airport and Flight

    Words related to the Airport and Flight

    Words related to the Airport and Flight

            Hi, My readers! Have you ever gone somewhere by plane? If you so, I believe you will be very familiar in some Words related to the Airport and Flight. For this I want to share about some Words related to the Airport and Flight. (also read : Common Words Describe Weather)

    Below are some Words related to the Airport and Flight:

  • Cheat sheet is a small piece of paper with answers or hints that you have with you
  • Departures are flights that are leaving this airport
  • Delayed (made to happen later than intended or expected). Maybe it has been delayed because of bad weather, too much air traffic, or technical problems.
  • Arrivals are flights that are landing at this airport
  • E-ticket is a ticket you purchased online and printed from your computer
  • Aisle seat is a seat next to the long walking path on the plane
  • Boarding pass is the ticket you give at the gates (has your seat number)
  • Seat belt is a belt that’s used to fasten you to the seat and keep you secure during the flight. (Also read : Thinking of Feeling)
  • Metals are items such as jewelers, coins, belt buckles, knives, keys
  • Liquids are anything that is not solid or hard or has a watery base such as a bottle of water, perfume or foundation.
  • Expired (no longer useful) = the date has passed
  • Check-in is an activity to show your ticket and ID and hand in your baggage
  • Connection is the point where your plane lands and you must catch another plane
  • Domestic (in the same country as the airport)
  • international (in a different country than the airport)
  • Book (a ticket). When we book a ticket, it means that we have reserved your place and paid for it.
  • Ticket (travel pass) is a printed piece of cardboard or paper showing that the holder is entitled to be traveling on a means of transport.
  • Airline (system of flying) is a system of commercial scheduled flights transporting people and goods, or a company that operates such a system, e.g. Singapore Airlines, Garuda Airways, British Airways. (Also read other article at : Air Mata Di Ujung Malam)
  • Identification (ID). Our ID or our personal identification is our official document that we need to ensure you are who we really are.
  • Passport (identification document) is an official document issued by the government of a country to a citizen that identifies the bearer and gives permission to travel to and from that country.
  • Visa is a special document that gives you permission to enter a country. Some countries have strict laws and depending where you’re from, you may need to obtain (get) a visa.
  • Boarding pass (additional ticket needed by passenger) is: an additional ticket or document that a passenger must have in order to be allowed onto an aircraft or ship
  • Boarding time is the time that people will be allowed to start entering the plane.
  • First class is the most expensive area of the plane. The seats of it are bigger and the service is better.
  • Business class is the area where people who are traveling for business purposes sit. It’s towards the front of the plane and the tickets are more expensive than normal tickets.
  • Economy class is a class of travel, especially on airlines, that is relatively low in price and carries the majority of passengers.
  • Security check is the process when we and our baggage are checked to make sure we are not carrying any prohibited items onto the airplane.
  • Customs is a place where goods and baggage are examined on entering a country to see what duty is payable on them and to check for smuggled goods, such as firearms (guns), drugs or too much money.
  • Fragile = easy broken
  • Gate is the area at an airport or a railroad or bus station where passengers arrive and depart.
  • Long – haul flight is a flight that travels a long distance in one go. For example, a long-haul flight would be flying from Jakarta to Mecca.
  • On time is something runs at the right time. (Also read other article at : Soal Pilihan Ganda tentang Genetika)
  • One-way (ticket) means that we do not want to return to our destination. The opposite of a one-way ticket is a return ticket.
  • Stopover (layover) is a usually brief halt on a journey.
  • Travel agent is a person who will help us to organize our travel plans and book our flights.
  • Direct Flight means that the flight number will not change, but in many cases our flight will indeed stop. We may even need to change planes completely.
  • Nonstop Flight is the continuing flight without a stop. This flight will take us exactly where we want to go, without stopping or causing you to change planes and lose your comfortable position.
  • The cabin is the name for the interior of the aircraft where the passengers sit.
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    Common Words Describe Weather

    Common Words Describe Weather

    Common Words Describe Weather

    Common Words Describe Weather

            Talking about weather, there are many words can be used to show about the condition of our environment. And be sure that we know about them. For this we want to share some Common Words Describe Weather. They can be noun, verb, adjective or others. (also read : Indonesian Translation of Color)

    Below are some Common Words Describe Weather

    Noun words to describe weather

    Rain

    “We expect rain later.”

    We can also say “light rain”, “heavy rain”, or “showers” (rain that only lasts for a few minutes.)

    Sunshine

    “The weather forecast says there’ll be sunshine later.” (Also read : Twilight Beautiful Night)

    Fog

    “I don’t like driving in fog.”

    Mist

    “There’s often some mist in the early morning.”

    Ice  

    “Be careful of the ice on the roads.”

    Snow

    We had lots of snow last winter.

    Clouds

    There are different types of clouds, such as rain clouds, snow clouds and storm clouds. (Also read other article at : Soal Kata Tanya Bahasa Inggris)

    Floods = When there’s too much rain and the fields or roads are covered in water. read more