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Precipitating (If you want to get smart)

Pouring

Sprinkling

showering

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down pour raining cats and dogs


RAINING Talk some English you fool


no. Well yeah it's okay to use a word twice.


The similes are "raining like an open faucet" or "coming down like Niagara Falls." Another simile is "raining buckets." The familiar idiom is "raining cats and dogs."


Yes, the word 'raining' is a gerund, a verbal noun, that can be used for any of the functions of a noun. Example sentence: Raining is bad for the game but good for the garden.


Who, or what has been raining; it. I believe that the word "it" is the subject of this sentence.



"Raining" in a verb, because it is an action, even though it is a derivative from a noun (Which means that it was formed from the word "rain" which is a thing, or noun.)


Heavy rain means that there is alot of rain, or is raining really hard. Another saying is its raining cats and dogs


A malapropism is substituting a similar sounding word for the correct word. An example would be singing "excuse me while I kiss this guy" instead of "excuse me while I kiss the sky". Another example would be saying "it's raining hats and frogs" instead of "it's raining cats and dogs".


No, the word 'anyway' is an adverb, a word that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. Examples:Yes, it's raining but we're going anyway.Anyway you make it, it's good.


Precipitation is a word forecasters use for rain.


When I am in my car and it is raining I might hydroplane.


It was raining, raining, raining hard. It was falling on my head. It was falling on the stars. It was falling on my shoes. I got soaking wet I got soaking wet. But I stayed outside. I stayed outside. The rain was sweet. The rain was warm. The rain was soft It reminded me of home It was raining, raining, raining hard. It was falling, falling, falling on the stars It was raining, raining, raining hard. It was falling, falling, falling on the stars. Soft rain Raining, raining Sweet rain Raining, raining Warm rain Raining, raining Sweet soft Raining, raining Warm rain Raining, raining Sweet soft Raining, raining Warm rain Raining, raining


It was raining so he put on his anorak.



It's raining cats and dogs


You are mistaken, sir. She was mistaken when she said it was raining.


When I was outside it was raining and my clothes had become wet


It is pronounced exactly the same as the other word spelt raining.


"It is raining cats and dogs" IS an idiom. It means raining hard.


Although it was raining, he still wanted to ride his bike.


Although it is raining, I decided to walk outside anyway.


The humidity was so moist I was raining sweat (Hope that helps)


When i was in the store it started raining, fortunately i had brought my umbrella



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