Newsletter No. 8

Ocean storm = sea storm

An ocean storm has brought much needed rain to the southern part of the country. Weather reports say more than 10 centimeters of tain fell ending a severa dry period in the area. The lack of water has damaged much of South Korea's rice crop. The storm brought a temporary end to the hottest July in South Korea's history. The temperature in some parts of the country reached almost 10 celsius.

Vocabulary:

Ocean storm: Battle of the Sea
To bring much needed rain: bring much needed rain rain
Weather report: weather report
To end a severe dry period: to end a severe dry period. crisis
The lack of water: the lack of water
Rice crop: rice crop
To bring a temporary end: to bring a temporary end thúc
The hottest July: hottest July
South Korea's history” history of South Korea
Temperature: temperature
To reach” to reach, reach
10 celsius: 40 degrees

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Sample text translation:

A sea storm brought much-needed rainfall to the southern part of the country. Weather reports say more than 10cm of rain has ended a period of extreme dryness in the region. The lack of water has greatly damaged the rice crop of South Korea.

This storm temporarily ended the hottest July in South Korea's history. Temperatures in some parts of the country have reached nearly 7 degrees Celsius.

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