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What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘rain’?

on October 19, 2012
Different sizes of raindrops: A) Raindrops are...

Different sizes of raindrops: A) Raindrops are not tear-shaped, as most people think. B) Very small raindrops are almost spherical in shape. C) Larger raindrops become flattened at the bottom, like that of a hamburger bun, due to air resistance. D) Large raindrops have a large amount of air resistance, which makes them begin to become unstable. E) Very large raindrops split into smaller raindrops due to air resistance. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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1) What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘rain’?
2) Do you like rain?
3) How does rain change your feelings?
4) Do you wish it rain more or rain less where you live?
5) What kind of rain do you like?
6) What do you like to do in the rain?
7) Have you ever done a rain dance?
8) Can you think of a time when it rained and you really wished it would stop?
9) Do you think rain means the same thing to people in different countries?
10) What do you think of the sound and smell of rain?
1) Why does it rain cats and dogs in England?
2) Do you think acid rain is still a problem?
3) Do you think it’s OK to drink rainwater?
4) Where does rain come from? How is it formed?
5) Has anyone ever “rained on your parade”?
6) When was the last time you got soaked in the rain?
7) When can rain be dangerous?
8) What’s the difference between drizzle, a shower, a downpour, the heavens opening, and heavy rain?
9) Are there any poems or songs about rain in your language?
10) What do you think of raindrops and rainbows?
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