Natural Disasters A disaster caused by natural forces
Earthquake A shaking of the ground caused by moving underground plates.
Hurricane A violent storm, characterized by extreme fury and sudden changes of the wind, and generally accompanied by rain, thunder, and lightning; -- especially prevalent in the East and West Indies.
Tornado A rotating column of air ranging in width from a few yards to more than a mile and whirling at destructively high speeds, usually accompanied by a funnel-shaped downward extension of a cumulonimbus cloud.
Blizzard A strong bitterly cold wind accompanied by a widespread heavy snowfall
Avalanche A large mass of snow and ice detached from a mountain slope and sliding or falling suddenly downward
Tsunami Tsunami is an ocean wave generated by a submarine earthquake, volcano or landslide
Volcanic Eruption The sudden occurrence of a violent discharge of steam and volcanic material eruption
Whirlpool A rapidly rotating current of water A magnetic, impelling force into which one may be pulled.
Floods An overflowing of water onto land that is normally dry. Drought A long period of abnormally low rainfall, especially one that adversely affects growing or living conditions.
Grammar pointTo V/s For To: It is generally refers in transferring or Exchanging things, activities, etc. For: It is generally refers in benefits or doing good things for oneself, others, etc.
Examples • I made this lesson for you. ( For is used because its showing good thing foe oneself / benefit) • I am going to talk to you about it. ( To is used for transfer information from one person to other) • I go to my job everyday. ( To is used for transferring your body from house to job)
Exercise (use To or For) • I gave the beer _____ her. • I will do that ____ you. • I sing ____ you. • I will come to your office _____ meet your boss. • I can get that dress ____ you by tomorrow. • I have to go ____ the doctor in the evening. • I have made the breakfast _____ you early today as I had ____ go out with my friends.