متن ترانسکریپت ویدیوی تفاوت Weather و whether و Wether در زبان انگلیسی
Today’s English On The Go lesson
is on weather, whether and wether.
Weather can be a noun. Here, it refers
to the conditions in the atmosphere.
I absolutely love the weather in summer.
The weather isn’t very good today.
It’s going to rain all day.
If something’s weathered,
it can also mean that its state
has changed due to the sun,
wind and other weather conditions.
The weathered ship needed a makeover.
To weather something can mean to
deal well with a difficult situation.
We put measures in place to ensure
we could weather the crisis.
Whether is a conjunction.
It can be used when talking
about two alternatives.
I’m not sure whether to wear the
pink or blue sneakers. Wether
is rarely used in English.
A wether is a male sheep which
has had its sex organs removed.
A commonly used word in the
world of business and politics,
which has wether in it is bellwether.
But it has nothing to do with sheep.
A bellwether is believed to give an
indication of the future performance of
financial markets or political parties.
Analysts are closely watching how
bellwether stocks are doing today.
The southern New South Wales seat
was a trusty bellwether for 40 years.
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