Talking About Weather

Talking About Weather

Talking About Weather

Talking About Weather

       In this occasion we’d like to share an example of speaking skill. This is Talking About The Weather. Below is the conversation example of Talking About Weather.  

Situation: Vonny and Ratih talk while walking to their English class.

Vonny: Oh, it feels so cold this morning.

Ratih: You are right. Early this morning my motorcycle was covered with dew. I had to spray it with water before I could drive to school. (Also read : Conversation at the Bus Station)

Vonny: Who would have thought it could be this cold in early December, especially in Surabaya?

Ratih: I know. The temperature was 23 degrees Celsius when I woke up this morning. I was freezing as soon as I got out of bed. The cold weather just hit me by surprise.

Vonny: I cannot remember when it was this cold in early December.

Ratih: Suppose yourself for the rain this afternoon. Cold and wet, Hrrr!

Vonny: It is going to rain this afternoon?

Ratih: Not only this afternoon, but also the rest of the week. 

Vonny: Oh, it is going to be miserable. I have a full class schedule today and tomorrow. To walk from class to class, I will have to juggle my books and my umbrella trying not to get wet. (Also read other article at : Bad Fact Between Human And Nature) read more

Explanation about Question Tag

Explanation about Question Tag

Question Tag

Explanation about Question Tag

       A Question tag is a short question at the end of statement. It is mainly used in speech when we want to confirm that something is true or not, or to encourage a reply from the person we are speaking to. (Also read : Types of Conditional Sentence)

Form of question tag

Auxiliary + pronoun + ?

There are two main parts of question tag. They are main statement and question tag.

So the form is

Statement, Question Tag


We are students, aren’t we?

We are students = statement

aren’t we = question tag

Pay attention of the following information:

  1. If main statement is positive ( + ), question tag should be negative ( – )


  • She is an artist, isn’t she?
  • They will go home, won’t they?
  1. If main statement is negative ( – ), question tag should be positive ( + )


  • He didn’t play in the yard, did he?
  • We can’t stay here, can we?
If subject in main statement is pronoun, subject in question tag should be the same as subject in main statement. (Also read other article at :

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