M: So when we talk about the weather, it's the weather. Can it be plural? Rory, can I say "the weathers"? "There are weathers".
R: No, there's only one weather.
M: Yep. And the question is like, what's the weather like in your hometown? It's not like, do you like the weather? No, it's what's it like? What's the weather like is like what kind of weather do you have in your hometown, right? A bit hot. Okay. And you said changeable, so changeable - it often like changes?
R: Yeah, so if something's changeable, then it just means that it's, well, it changes fairly regularly. But then that's a part of living next to the sea, isn't it? You can get winds that clear the sky and it's very sunny, or they can bring in a lot of clouds and it becomes very dark and rainy quite quickly. So it's changeable.
M: Then you can talk about strong winds. So like really strong winds, or you can say it's windy, it's cloudy. Right? Or you can say we have heat waves, heat waves when it becomes really hot. Yeah, usually in summer, often in Europe, it becomes like +40 degrees. Really hot. So we have heat waves. Here, Rory, you said that. I've always liked sunny weather. So sun. Yeah, it's sunny, sunny weather. What are scattered clouds? Scattered?
R: They're just, the clouds are not together. They're apart. So you can see the sky through them, which is good if there's sun behind them, and it's quite a warm day. The opposite to that is overcast. In the same way you have strong winds and the opposite to that is light winds.
M: Yeah, if for example, you don't have sunny days, and the clouds use it's cloudy. You can say the sky is overcast, right? So it's cloudy, or the sky is overcast. And occasional shade. So if I'm like not in the sun, but I'm in the shade.
R: Well, not in the direct sunlight. Yeah.
M: Occasional. Occasional like sometimes, right? So I prefer occasional shade. Not to be in the sun all the time. Climate change. You can talk about climate change. And Rory, what did you say about climate change?
R: Well, if climate change keeps going, then we are in for more of that or that's exactly what we're in for. So if you're in for something, it just means it's going to happen in the future.