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캣 Kat T

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2021.01.28 01:06

American Slang Post
캘리포니아에서 오늘은 많이 비가 왔어요!!
( It rained a lot

in California today)
Because of that, I thought I would teach the different words we use to describe rain. These are used to describe the different amounts and intensities, so they can really be used in any situation

Sprinkling: If it’s raining very lightly, we will say that it’s sprinkling outside

Drizzling: Another word for light rain, but the rain is a little more steady than “sprinkling”

Pouring: This is used to describe heavy rain. We may say something like “it’s pouring outside”

“It’s really coming down outside/out there”: We use this phrase to describe if it’s is raining heavy

Shower: Used to describe a period of steady rain. Such as “there are supposed to be some showers later on today”

Hope that this helps and if you have any slang to add, feel free to leave it in the comments :)
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  • Wonh 2021.01.28 01:07

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    It rains it pours - A$AP
  • Hassnaa 2021.01.28 01:08

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    It’s really helpful, thanks for sharing.
  • Kay 2021.01.28 01:09

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    This is so helpful
  • Henry 2021.01.28 01:16

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    Thanks Kat! i captured this and saved my phone !
  • Ted 2021.01.28 01:21

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    Sprinkling, Drizzling, Pouring, Coming down outside, Shower. Thank you!
  • Kang 2021.01.28 01:32

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    Rains are emotional to some people. So these are really helpful in communication. Thank you Kat :)
  • 심심이 2021.01.28 02:04

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    thanks teacher! but i have a question, are these slangs same for snow??
  • 캣 Kat T 2021.01.28 02:12

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    @Hassnaa of course :)
  • 캣 Kat T 2021.01.28 02:12

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    @Kay glad I could help :)
  • 캣 Kat T 2021.01.28 02:12

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    @Henry of course :)
  • 캣 Kat T 2021.01.28 02:12

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    @Ted 별말씀을요:)
  • 캣 Kat T 2021.01.28 02:13

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    @Kang I agree, and your welcome :)
  • 캣 Kat T 2021.01.28 02:13

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    @ ugh, how could I forget that 🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️
  • 캣 Kat T 2021.01.28 02:14

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    @심심이 no, not really. There are different words for snow. However, I don’t really live near the snow so I’m not sure about slang for snow
  • Kam 2021.01.28 02:50

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    James is fetch outside of the world. Fetch
  • 심심이 2021.01.28 02:54

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    @캣 Kat T thanks!!👍👍
  • Ali Gillani 2021.01.28 03:00

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    👍👍
  • 고양이이름은키티 2021.01.28 04:57

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    Can I use it with snow too?
  • 캣 Kat T 2021.01.28 05:38

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    @고양이이름은키티 no, these words aren’t really used for snowing
  • 한국아저씨 2021.01.28 09:15

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    Those are slangs?? I think they are used in real forecast area best information thank you
  • 青春不能太平淡 2021.01.28 10:34

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    你好!
  • jeny재은 2021.01.28 13:28

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    thanks for good info!!
  • 캣 Kat T 2021.01.28 14:29

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    @한국아저씨 I just call them slangs since they are a figure of speech. How you perceive these words may change based on where you live and how much it rains there, so it’s kind of slang it that regard. But yes, these are used in forecasting the weather as well :)
  • 한국아저씨 2021.01.28 19:28

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    @캣 Kat T yeah your posts are so helpful thank you!!
  • 캣 Kat T 2021.01.28 19:40

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    @jeny재은 별말씀을요:))

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