English Vocabulary: Natural Disasters
What happens when the weather throws a tantrum? Today’s episode is about natural disasters. We’ll be learning new English vocabulary related to natural disasters. I share 7 terms that you probably had not heard of before. Enjoy today’s episode!
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Transcript Snapshot (Learn New English Words: Natural Disasters)
Hey guys, you’re listening to the English Made Simple Podcast this is episode number 248, number two hundred and forty eight, numero dos cientos cuarenta y ocho.
My name is Milena from English Made Simple….hope everyone is doing well.
Welcome to today’s episode, if you’re new to the show, you can find transcripts to this episode when you go to enlgishmadesimple.net/transcripts.
Today’s episode is about natural disasters. We’ll be learning new terms or new vocabulary relating to natural disasters. You’ve probably heard of a recent natural disaster we had in Australia.
The natural phenomenon called ‘bushfires.’
I’ll share a little bit of a background before we continue with today’s show.
So, as most of you know, I live in Adelaide, in Australia. I still have close family living in Melbourne. My Dad, my brother and my sister and her husband. Melbourne is another city in Australia. It’s about one hour away flying, or 8 hours driving from Adelaide.
So, early January, I spent time in Melbourne.
While I was there, for about 10 days, we had the worst smoke engulf the city.
I had never experienced anything like it before.
It looked as though there was fog outside, but it wasn’t fog it was smoke.
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