Travelling Weather Weather 2 Space 4 c words

100

Sailing around
means to navigate a boat.

100

windy
It was so _____ that my hat blew away.

100

snow-covered
I looked at the _____-_____ mountains and I Knew we were in danger.

100

space station
Astronauts live for a long time in a _____ _____ on space.

100

experiment
Students will carry out a simple _______ in the laboratory.

200

Backpacking around
means to travel on foot carrying all your things in a big bag on your shoulders.

200

foggy
I stopped driving because it was ________ and I couldn't see much.

200

breeze
It was hot but there was a pleasant _______ coming from the sea. (light wind!)

200

space suit
Astronauts wear a ______.

200

housing
the houses, apartments, etc., in which people live

300

Going horseback riding through / onto (a place?)...
means to travel on a horse.

300

chilly
It was rather _________ this morning, so I put on my jacket!

300

warm / cloudy
It wasn't cold. The weather was ______ but so _______ that I thought that it was going to rain soon.

300

spaceship
You can travel to the moon in a __________.

300

to implant
to place (something) in a person's body by means of surgery

400

Trekking across / up (a place?)...
means to make a slow and difficult journey on foot, or by ox wagon, or on an animal.

400

boiling hot
In Madrid it is sometimes _______ _______ in the summer.

400

wet
The weather in England is usually _________. (3 letters!)

400

space colonies
Some people hope to live in _____ _____ in the future.

400

transport
The aeroplane is the fastest means of _______.

500

Hitch-hiking across / over a place
means to try to get a ride and travel in someone else's car.

500

freezing cold / icy
In Scotland it is really _______ _______ in winter and the roads are _______.

500

temperature
What is the usual ___________ in Greece in the summer? Is it very hot?

500

nutrition pills
Astronauts feed themselves with ______ ______ .

500

entertainment
There is a lot of night ________ in our city: clubs, discos etc.

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