Seasons

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by nevillenevilleson, Sep 27, 2005.

  1. It's easy to know when spring is coming. The sun rises earlier in the
    morning and sets later in the afternoon. The days get a little warmer.
    Spring flowers appear, the birds start to build their nests and the farmers
    deliver the new-born lambs.

    Most of us look forward to summer. The days are warm and long, the sun
    shines, and the school holidays give us plenty of time to go outside and
    enjoy ourselves.

    Autumn is a time of change. The days get shorter and, although it is often
    warm and sunny during the day, it can be chilly at night. It is the time of
    year when leaves fall off the trees and hedges. Gardeners protect tender
    plants from early frost and it's time to pull out your warm clothes and go
    back to school. Autumn can bring strong winds and a lot of rain.

    During the winter months the old year ends and the new year begins. The
    days are short and sometimes very cold. Sometimes the winter rain will turn
    to sleet and snow, and often we wake up to frost and ice on the ground.
    Winter weather in this country is often cold and wet.
    nevillenevilleson, Sep 27, 2005
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