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and Weather Conditions. Temperature. Part 1. We measure temperature using degrees. The symbol for degrees is “ ° ” . Example: 38°C.

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and Weather Conditions

Part 1

### We measure temperature using degrees. The symbol for degrees is “°”. Example: 38°C

In America, we use Fahrenheit (°F), but in most countries they use Celsius, or Centigrade (°C). [°F]=[°C]×9⁄5+32 (this is the equation to convert the two)

0°C or 32°F

Refrigerator

She is shivering

shivers

Cool Breeze

Cool Water

### Room Temperature

20°C (68°F) to 25°C (77°F)

### Hot

She’s got a sunburn. (Ouch!)

He is sweating

sweats

### Boiling

100°C or 212°F

I’m not going in there! The water is freezing!It’s a little chilly outside, so you should wear a coat.Ah! A nice, cool drink of water.Waiter, this soup is lukewarm. I prefer my soup to be hot.

### Winter

Summer is to hot as winter is to ________.

cold

### Analogies

Hot is to cold as warm is to ________.

cool

Sandal is to summer as _______ is to winter.

boot

SPRING:RAIN::WINTER:_____________

SNOW