One Point English Lesson: Rain, Raining, & Rainy

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It’s raining hard today, but I don’t mind rainy days!

Let’s spend a little time talking about wet weather!

Rain is used as a noun to talk about the water that falls down from the sky.

  • The rain is very heavy today. I think I’ll stay home.
  • A strong roof will prevent rain from coming in the house.
  • The rain came in the room because Joe left the window open.

Rain is used as a verb to talk about the action of the water falling down from the sky.

  • It is raining heavily today. I think I’ll stay home.
  • Does it rain often where you live?
  • It looks like it is going to rain, so please close the window.

Rainy is an adjective and is used to describe weather.

  • It is a rainy day today. I think I’ll stay home.
  • Do you have a rainy season where you live?
  • It is going to be rainy today, so please close the window.

What do you like to do on a rainy day?

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