Seasons in English, The English Seasons

Seasons in English, The English Seasons

Seasons in English, The English Seasons



Seasons include four periods of the year which are characterized by particular conditions of weather, temperature, etc. Earth’s axis is slightly bent. The world revolves around its circle and the sun. This is why we have seasons.

There are four seasons in a year. These are; summer, winter, spring, autumn.

Since the year has 12 months, each season lasts about three months and its own characteristics.

Summer is the season between spring and autumn. Summer days are very long. Summer nights are short. The weather is hot and dry. It is sunny. The fruits ripen.

Examples;

  • We have dinner on the balcony in summer.
  • Every summer they go to the California.
  • I wear shorts and light color t-shirts in the summer.
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JUNE DECEMBER
JULY JANUARY
AUGUST FEBRUARY

 



Winter is the season between autumn and spring. In winter, the days are very short. The nights are long. The weather is very cold and wet. It is snowy and rainy.

Examples;

  • Children love to make a snowman in the winter.
  • Winter months are your favorite months.
  • They go to the Alps for skiing every winter.
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DECEMBER JUNE
JANUARY JULY
FEBRUARY AUGUST

 

In spring, the days grow longer and the nights get shorter. The weather becomes warmer. It is often rainy.

Leaves and plants start to grow. All the threes and plants are in green. Flowers appear everwhere.

Examples;

  • All birds migrate in spring.
  • Spring days become rainy.
  • Spring season is many people’s favorite season.
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MARCH SEPTEMBER
APRIL OCTOBER
MAY NOVEMBER

 



Autumn is the season between summer and winter. In autumn, the days get shorter and the nights grow longer. The weather is very cool. It is often windy. Leaves fall from the threes.

Examples;

  • People start to wear jackets and coats in autumn.
  • The birds migrate to south in the autumn.
  • I don’t like autumn colors.
  • He said goodbye to us on an autumn evening.
  • We like to travel in the autumn.
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SEPTEMBER MARCH
OCTOBER APRIL
NOVEMBER MAY

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