It was Mark Twain who is widely credited for writing “Everybody talks about the weather but nobody does anything about it.” Some sources say, however, it was actually his writing partner Charles Dudley Warner, with whom Twain wrote the novel, The Gilded Age, who gave us that adage. Well, as much as we wish we could do something about the droughts that are occurring in the U.S. and Canada, we’re here only to talk about weather some more, in the form of today’s vocab words.
What’s your forecast of your score? See how you weathered this quiz by checking the table below.
How did you score?
|# Correct||Your Rating|
|0 to 1||the cat dragged you in from the rain|
|2||you’re like a celebrity weatherman|
|3 to 5||still a bit wet but drying off|
|6 to 8||amateur meteorologist|
|9||go be a rain dancer|
|10||you can dodge lightning itself|
Text source: history.com; definition source: Merriam-Webster 11th Collegiate Dictionary