weather a storm? Have you ever
rained on someone's parade? Do you feel
under the weather today? In this lesson, I will teach you ten common weather expressions:
steal someone's thunder,
get wind of something,
be on cloud nine,
weather a storm,
take a rain check,
rain on someone's parade,
take by storm,
under the weather, and
calm before the storm. Take our quiz by storm after this video.
Thank you very much teacher Emma. I’m on cloud nine when I watch your lessons. =) Engvid is the top.
So am I :-) I think even on cloud ten :-)
i will weather that storm (ielts) with your help :) and i am on cloud nine when i listen to you :) tanks emma
can i be your friend.
Thanks teacher Emma :)
me too :))
Thank you, Emma
I got 10! I’m on cloud nine now!
Thanks for the lesson.Emma,you are very attractive in that outfit ^_^
U’ve done a terrific job!
Lots of tnx dear Emma.
:) Warm Regards,
Youtube is blocked in our country from last few months.
My Quiz score is 60 without watching video lesson :)
Hello Emma! Could I say “We’ll weather this storm”?
Magnificent lecture as always, your are the best teacher I’ve ever seen, I mean your accent and your way in teaching is pretty easy to understand furthermore you pick brilliant subjects.. I’m speechless.. wish you the best in every single day in your life dear.
I am little bit under the weather today but i will be back on my feet in no time.9 out of 10.I am not on cloud nine with my score but the expressions were amazing.Thnaks Emma
I got 7 correct out of 10. I was confused “thunder” and “storm” haha. But I’m on cloud nine :) I got new idioms. I hope to try the quiz again. Thank you for your fun lesson, Emma :)
Very good lesson, I learnt a lot thanks to you :)
Thanks Emma for these 10 useful expressions. I already knew 2 of them.
Thank you so much Emma…
Very good lesson! Thank you, Emma.
Please explain the usage of “what” or “which” in cases of connected clauses, as in “I often visit my parents, what/which (?)makes them happy”.
Thanks a lot.
Thanks a lot by another great video.
After I have watched this video, i am really on cloud nine. Cause i found my dreams wife. YOU
I got 9 correct out of 10.;)
Happy World Teachers Day, Ms. Emma
I got 10) thanks so much. I’m on cloud nine. I really want to make friend with all of you. I love to speak English, actually I don’t have lots of chances to practice. Can you add me by following link http://www.facebook.com/nam.tran2 I can teach you vietnamese and russian)
I got 9 out of 10
I do really love this kind of figurative expressions! Thank you, Emma! Now I am on cloud nine!
Excellent, as always. I’m on cloud nine again.
Emma, you are the only one. Thanks a lot
very interesting idioms. I didn’t know any of them. Thank you
Thank you very much! This is my first visit to your site, this is my first test (100). I like it very much and of course, I am going to continue
learn English with you. Thank you once again!!!!
I just love this teacher! Wonderful lesson and I’m also on cloud nine because of EngVid!
I Couldnt understood 6 number (dont steal my thunder)
could u please explain it
Well, It’s really was very useful and essential lesson to me. Thanks a lot teacher Emma you was great ,I’m really on cloud nine.
thank you I haven´t heard those expressions before nice to learn new things
Thank you, Emma, for this lesson. 10/10.
thank u Emma i got 10/10
thank you very much
god bless you teacher Emma
thank you very much
really i’m cloud nine due to your website “engvid” i hope to you all teachers more successes .that noble goal what you do , im new student , good luck .
“on cloud nine”
I’m on cloud nine, I got 10 correct out of 10
Hi Emma, this is very nice and useful class.
Thank you so much
And, if I have some day a chance to visit Canada, I’d like so much to visit you guys and shake your hands
I am looking for a partner to speak english with. Gender or age is no important. just natives
my skype ID= davood.edalat
I toke a rain check to watch this lesson.
Thank you so much.
Very good lesson! Thank you, Emma.
Thank you very very much, Emma! I feel on cloud nine when I watch and understand your video. I’m taking my English by torm now! :))
Have a nice time!
thanks Emma, I have a question. storm out is true or storm off? in question number5 I think, u used ‘she stormed off’
Hi Nqwe, you are a very sharp student. I have the same question and I think “storm out” is correct.
Thanks Helanr, you are a keen student too. I think its an spelling error because I haven’t found out the word storm off in dictionary
stormed out is true ..
she stormed out of the room..
It has a same meaning as storm out:
To leave angrily
As soon as he started breaking up with her, she stormed off and never spoke to him again.
I’m on cloud nine Miss Emma :) thank you very much!
I’m on cloud nine. i got 10. Thanks for your nice explanation and expressions.
Hiii,Emma, I got 10 on 10,I’m on cloud nine,I love ur this lesson,I hope i got wind of ur videos of new lesson ,i’m going to take a rain check nd i promice i’m not going to ur ur thunder that the way u teach,ur r very good i learn ur lesso very carefully nd take by storm. …have a nice day
i got seven out of ten. it is on cloud nine
Hi, Emma. This is my first post on EngVid site. I really like your lessons. I got 9/10. Thank you.
Thank you so much for the lesson.
My question is the following.
In your lesson at around 6:18 you say:
“my friend” is singular and you use “they”.
What is the reason?
Oups, I used symbols that have made a mess in my previous message. Between the symbols you must read the following:
I’m telling my friend about it and they say: “Well, it’s great you have a new job, but…”
Thank you Emma, for the lesson. I’m on cloud nine because it is my first lesson.
thanks emma, very useful lesson you make it easier.
Thank Emma for this lesson! but does the verb ‘to weather ‘exist?
I see that you are trying the best you can to explain to us . thank you
Do not stop making videos. Thank you
Hey Emma, thank you for your lovely lesson but I have a question if someone has passed through difficult time, is it OK if I say ” I wish you will weather that storm very soon”?
Thank you in advance and have a good one…
I am on cloud nine I got 100 out of 100 thank you so much emma I am always work it with your lesson work it emma
thank you ,but I think you didn’t learn us about question no.5 storm off is this expression like storm out ???
Storm off is similar of storm out….
now, you got it Mr.esmtco?
I am on cloud nine today to got this website. Thank you Emma.
THANX Emma I like your lessons I got 100 … thanx a lot
Thank you so much Emma.
Thank you for the lesson… i learned a lot. God bless teacher…
Thank you very much, Emma! That’s beyond all praise! Amazing lesson (still more than just useful) and amazing you. Looking forward to your future lessons!
Ohhh boy. I’m on cloud nine after saw this beatifull girl. hehe
Thank you very much, Emma! Thhis is terrific!
It was very very new for me!
Those are very useful expressions and It is not easy to memorize them.
Thank you for your good teaching!
Thank you Emma, you are a great great teacher, u know my English is very poor, i want my english language improve like you. i like your teaching way, God is always with you for your goodness. thanks again.
hi Ema thanx a lot for the great lesson I am on cloud nine I got 100 , I have a question please
Is this expressions is common her in Australia or at least do can they understand it her or only in Canada? thanks a lot
I like these expressions ,but do we use them in our daily life?
Hi Emma, thanks a lot! :)
Hello dorycam!,I´m Alexander,I´m Colombian, I would like to practice English to Skype.
My username is: cheinganso22
If you want, agree me, and we can speak English.
Good bye!. :)
hello dorycam m ankush jangra , m from india i want to learn english so can u plz join me on skype
my skype id is ankushjangra
m waiting for u
Hello. I”m a new student. I hope than you will have patience with me.
Welcome to engVid, Pablo! And don’t worry — we want you to learn at your own pace :)
good lesson..thank u
thank you I got a lot from you
Cool ,,,,I have got 10/10
HI Emma, could you differentiate btw Regular and Average. eg. a regular guy and an average guy
Thank you very very much…I like this lesson a lot
got 9 out of 10
It was very good lecture!
how to download lesson please
I’m very sorry, but that’s not a Youtube feature.
Im on cloud nine because i got 9 of ten
thx for this useful lesson Emma.
Emma can i add you on facebook?
I will really appreciate.
Thank you for this very good lesson!
” I lost my job, my wife divorced me, and I broke my arm”? Seriously that’s not a storm, that’s a hurricane.
By the way I scored 100, yippeee
Thank you Emma. I like your teaching way,
I am on cloud nine,
Thank you for teaching us these weather expressions. I am on cloud nine.
Thanks a lot
Thank you very much for your lessons!
I think there is mistake in question 5.
Which is correct?
“She stormed off” means:
“She stormed out” means:
Great lesson, thanks.
thank you so much emma youre the best
wow thanks again ^^, this website do really improve my English skills .
Thank you, I’m on a cloud nine 10/10
I got 10 correct out of 10 … I’m on cloud nine
very useful lesson, thanks Emma:)
Thank you so much, Emma!!!!!!
Thank you teacher!!!!!! I’m on cloud nine now, coz I got 10 out of 10…….. :D you are the best teache…. :)
* You are the best teacher……… :)
10/10 Thanks Emma :)
thank you so much
Is “Let it rain over me” also one kind of this weather expressions?
Could you explain to us what means it, please.
thank you for this video. It’s really well.
I like Emma
I am on cloud nine for this English.
Thank you teacher Emma
You have a great examples
I’m on cloud nine when I see your lesson
Thank you very much :) :)
you are the best
Yay! I got 10 of 10 correct :D
Thanks Emma, I’m on the cloud nine :D
Thank you Emma!
Your video make me on cloud nine ^^
Thank you a lot, Emma!
I got 10/10!! I’m on cloud nine ＼(^o^)／ Thank you very much Emma! I like your lesson♪
I’ve 8/10 i will rain check
Thanks to Emma, you are a great teacher.
hi emma i on cloud 9 thanks i got 10/10
I am on cloud nine
Thank you so much,Emma!
You’re perfect! ^^
i got 10 out 0f 10
i am on cloud nine now
thank you very much emma,you are my favourate teacher
thanks emma it was useful
Thank you Emma!!! :-) 9 of 10 …
Thank you Emma! This lesson has been very useful!!
9/10:). thank you.. i’m on cloud nine
Very good lesson, Emma. I like it. I got 10. Thank you so much, my teacher! :)
Thanks Emma, 80%
9 of 10, thanks to Emma :)
Thanks Emma 90%
Really good Emma, thank you…
Thanks for this lesson. It was interesting.
Good lesson but I don’t think this lesson can be useful in my case: All non-native English speaker..
Thank you for an easily explained lesson.
it’s good to see you here Ms.Solmaz :)
A lot of thanks Emma I on cloud nine, I like you so so so much Emma,Very Good and Easily Explained I appreciate your help
Thanks Emma. 8/10
Excellent. Thanks Emma. This lesson is very useful for the English learners. Your teaching style is very impressive. I like your lesson as well as your techniques.
Hi! Thank you, you were great!
I have the same question of VladimiroKozhevn: “storm out” or storm off”? Could you say that expression in both way? Or, it’s a mistake?
I´m keen on learning English,I´m on cloud nine.
Thank you so much Emma.
It’s really helpful and useful.
I really like your lesson.
10/10, thank’s Emma, I’m on cloud nine
Hi Emma. This class was great!! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
I am from Brazil in Belo Horizonte, nice city.
I’ve never heard any of these expressions, so thank you very much for teaching me!!
Yes…. i got 100/100. thank u emma.
Hello Emma, hope all is well. i wont say much here but must admit that you are an amazing person i have come across in my entire life.
How i can get your personal e-mail id to write and learn more (if possible). rgds, S I (email@example.com)
I have got 10 out of 10!!!! I am now standing right on the cloud nine!!!!
I am on cloud 9 from 10 (90%) It means I am happy! Thank you Emma!
thank you very very much emma
i ‘m on clound nine for the time being.
don’t steal my thunder, today’is my happy day.
how do you feel under the whether, today?
i will take a rain check . today, i’m busy
I got 10…really useful expressions…thanks my teacher EMMA
Thank You so much!! Emma
I couldn’t understand what does “take by storm” mean can any body help me
Thank you~ i am on cloud 9 because of you ^^
Thank you for your lesson.
Useful expressions very well illustrated by the examples you gave. Thanks Emma.
Very nice lesson! Thank you! Emma.
Great lesson dear Emma
I love your video EMMA.9/10 I am on cloud nine now.:)
Thanks..Emma..I got 90%
100% =im improving in listening i guess :)
thanks teacher emm:)
I am a member of Professor Emma fun club. Magnificien lesson. I real lady dressed casual and smart. Others are if it is correct expression “too casual”. Professor Emma cares about her fun club not only by well prepared lessons by also by her looks.
I really like your presentation and it is very helpful.
Hi Emma. Expressions are so hard to memorize, but i got 100. I have appreciated your dedication in teaching. You are realizing an excelent job :D
Don´t let anybody steal your thunder or rain on your parade. See you…
I got 10 out of 10 and I am on cloud nine right now! :D You are great teachers! :)
9 out of 10, I’m on cloud nine
Thank you, Emma!!!!
I would like to contact with you to improve our english as well :) if it’s okay please read about me
Oh! great :) I got 9… thanks teacher!! :) Excellent class and I loved it! :)
Hi Emma, thanks a lot. By the way, one question of the quiz I think it’s wrong, it says: “she stormed off”. Is not: she stormed out? Or it’s the same idea? Thanks again, great lessons.
I am so curious that all these expressions also exist in Chinese. Thanks a lot.
Thanks Miss Emma, it is very useful lesson
I am in cloud nine, because I passed the quiz with 100%. However, I need to repete it more to start using these nice expression in my daily conversation.
i didn’t know about this Weather Expressions. Thank you so much Emma! i appreciated.
Great Lesson! Your classes are very nice. João, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
I m on cloud nine.Thank for the lesson
Thank you very much teacher Emma
I’m on cloud nine. Thank you so much Madam Emma
Thank you very much Emma!
I’m so excited about this lesson … good job emma .
WOW there are lots of expression in English
i feel like Im on cloud nine right now after getting a perfect score on this quiz.. :)
Thank you Emma ,thats efficiently for me :)
thank you emma
80 ooooooooooooh so bad
thank you emma
Thank you Emma.
Nice lesson! Thank you, Emma…
Is Emma a case of Aspergen’s syndrom? Or is she an example of egotistical behaviour? Why is so impotant ( I have avoided “very” :) ) that Emma think about herself? All the people here are in love with a robot.
Don’t bother you. You’d better erase it.
You’re right. You’ve caught us. Emma is actually a highly advanced robot created to help teach English. This is the prototype, but Toshiba hopes to make “Emma” available commercially by early 2016.
i would like to learn about (w) sound
It’s very difficult for me to learn these idioms by heart.
I will try to study today’s lesson again and again.
Thank you Emma!
Thanks Emma, You are a great teacher, his voice is soft and easy to understand.
i feel calm before storm
i like this lesson
Today’ lesson was very difficult.
I could not understand the relation between “feeling” and ” weather”. But I’m on cloud now.
Thank you Emma!
I’m on cloud nine with your lesson. It’s very useful to me. Thanks alot Emma
nice lesson! :) thanks
OMG, Nobody can’t rain on my parade, because I’m on cloud nine while I’ll have a great teacher how to Emma. :D
A bit tricky to use thunder or storm . I got 8/10 but this lesson is absolutely worth. Thanks Emma , Im on cloud nine now for having a very clear & great teacher.
thanks ,it is interesting lesson
but can you write examples beside them in the board
thankk youu my dear ❤️
ohhh thanks my teacher emma its a very good method u use it to reach the information
thank u again
i got 8 out of 10
I Got 100/100
Thank you emma you’re amazing teacher.
Hi i want talk with some one
when i start learning English , i faced many trouble , even sometimes i cried. i weathered that storm, but, now I’m progressing … thank you very much for this lesson..
Hahaha..I am on cloud nine since the quiz I got 10 correct out of 10.Thanks teacher Emma for teaching useful and great course.
Thanks Emma. I’m on cloud nine when I watch you on video.
So do i ^^ also Cloud nine.
got 10 correct out of 10..thank you so much Emma :*
today I was a little under the weather, but I’ve weathered that storm I’m on cloud nine when I watch your videos.
I’ve given a thumbs up to your video on youtube.
Thanks alot Emma .I’m over cloud nine
Thank a lot, Emma!
I’m glad to see your lessons Emma. I would say I’m on cloud #9 )). There is just one question. Are both “storm out” and “storm off” expressions the same?
Got 10 out of 10. Yey! Thank you so much Emma. I’m on cloud nine tonight because I have learned new weather expressions from you. <3
Emma! I am on cloud nine when seeing your lessons.
I’m happy listening your explanation for the differnt issue. You are learning us so fast and clarity. I wish you all the best teacher Emma :)
very interesting lesson. Thank you.
Got 9 out of 10. But im still on cloud 9. Thanks emma.
Thanks a lot.
In Bulgarian we say “On the seventh sky”, literally translated…
Thank you, Emma! I`m so interested in your lessons!
Teacher Emma, I admire you! May I ask you a question? I red a expression in a book – “It’s raining cats and dogs.”. What’s the meaning of this expression?
Thanks Emma. This lesson is so new and exciting. I’m on clound nine.
10/10 Thanks teacher Emma
thank you for such great video)))
I think you’re person on cloud nine (I mean – very happy person)
by the way, in Ukraine we say “on the seventh heaven” (it’s mean you’re VERY-VERY HAPPY =)
its really good to learn for everyone….
It’s the first time I take 9/10 so I am on cloud nine ?
I got instead I take thanks for understanding
Dear teacher Emma.. I was really under the weather for almost one week and finally I weathered that storm.After all the emotional turmoil,I was on cloud nine. when I resumed work, my friends tried to rain on my parade and demanded a get-well party on the next day.But I took a rain check.
thanks for the video
Thanks for your sharing. Your voice is very easy for me to understand. I have learned many expressions from you. I also improve my vocabulary resourses. Thanks again and good luck teacher.
like it….thank you Emma
thankyou for giving such a good lecture on weathers expression
hahahah…..and i am also on cloud nine
you teach us nice lecture,it’s very comfortable
Hi Emma thank u very much its a good lesson useful by giving and teaching for me as well as its important by leaning English. you are a good teacher.
Thank you, Emma! I’ve got 9 correct out of 10! I’m on a nine cloud!
Thanks Emma, that’s very usefull
Thanks, Emma. Good lesson.I was care and I got 100.
thanks a lot emma.I’m on cloud nıne when I watchıng you
100 again great lesson
Thanks Emma, for setting me on cloud nine (I scored 100%, hahaha)
Thank you, Emma.
It seems to me at 5th quiz question should be ” She stormed out” instead of ” she stormed off”. maybe I am wrong and it means the same. Anyway thanks for the lesson
I’m always on cloud nine whenever I watch your video lessons. Thanks a lot. :D
You got 8 correct out of 10.
Hi,Emma!these are helpful expresiones,make a video about why people read very well in English but they don’t understand after finishing reading or while reading so they go back on the reading and re-read it line by line until they understand the whole text .Is it because they make any translation ahead in their mother tongue ?
Thanks for your reply,
I have to rain check my appointment because I’m under the weather..
Thanks Emma I always watch your vidios with pleasure
Thanks Emma l’m on cloud nine now????
Thanks a lot Miss Emma . it was a great lesson.
> It rain cats and dogs.
We use other animals…mental picture…
That’s getting a little bit confusing
Thank you so much Emma
I don’t understand how to take the quiz
Can you see the quiz? It should look like this:
I took the exam and my score was 10 out of 10. Nevertheless, I have a doubt, on the video you used the expression “storm out” and in the test you used “Storm off”which is the correct one?
I got 10/10 I’m on cloud nine
Nice lesson. So calm.
Adven doesn’t text me since December 2017. I was so sad but I’ve weathered that storm. Now I’m on cloud nine because I’m texting with Aziz, my new close friend.
Learnt something new today!!!! Thanks Emma:)
Thank you Ms. Emma.
Test Question 5:storm off？I want to know if someone be angry，use“storm out”or“storm off”？
10/10! I am on cloud nine when I watching Emma’s English videos.
after I had watched the video I took the quiz where I got 10/10. I’m on cloud nine. It was strikingly useful lesson for me. Before I watched this lesson I had known only few of them such as “I’m under the weather”, “Calm before the storm” This is pretty common in my country that is Poland.
All the best for everyone in Englsh.
Thanks Emma ?
I Will never took my rain check on your leesson Emma,, because I on cloud nine ❤️
thanks :) (8/10)
hi☺️❤️ Amma teacher.thank you so mutch your lessons
mine date 6Nov2021 from Kazakhstan
i cannot thank you enough, Emma
Thank you Emma!
This is a very helpful lesson
Dear Emma! Your lesson and You are fantastic! As always!
9/10. thank you Emma for your very useful lessons.
I found a couple of bads in the 4 and 6). Right answers are:
“I’m on cloud nine” means: I’m very drunk.
It’s my wedding day. Don’t steal my underwear.