posted by Mike on .
I need you to check these sentences for m, please?
1) What's the weather going to be like in Rome tomorrow?
2) It's going to be windy, sunny, foggy,overcast, frosty, rainy,cloudy, misty. stormy.
3) There is going to be thunder and lightning (or they are going to be thunders and lightnings?)
4) It is going to pour, to rain heavily, to drizzle,to hail
The hail damaged the windshield of my car.
5) How high is the temperature? It's 40 degrees Centigrade (not centigrade):
What's the temperature like?
It's sunnier and warmer in Rome than in Tokyio.
6) It's rainier in London than in Rome.
In summer the weather is usually scorching hot with a temperature of 40 degrees Centigrade. It seldom rains and it is very dry.
8) In winter it is usually freezing cold with temperatures which go below zero.
The temperature reaches (is of ) minus 4 degrees.
3. Use only the singular forms.
5. A common way to write temperatures is this: 40 degrees C -- or simply 40C.
8. not "is of"
All else is fine.