If you are a Chinese AP teacher or student, there are many ways to prepare for the test. Adding Chinese idioms appropriately into the writing section is a good way to show a deeper understanding of Chinese, and boost your test score. That’s why we’ve made a few infographics focused on Chinese idioms.

In this Weather-Related Chinese Idioms infographic, there are five types of weather, with three frequently-used idioms for each type, totalling 15 idioms. For each idiom, there is a Chinese character, pinyin, literally meaning, and actual meaning, along with an image as a memory aid. Teachers can use this infographic to teach and provide more practice for the students.

 

The idioms are listed below.

  • 晴朗 qínglǎng sunny, cloudless
    • 万里无云   wàn lǐ wú yún
    • 阳光普照   yáng guāng pǔ zhào
    • 风和日丽   fēng hé rì lì
  • 热 rè hot
    • 挥汗如雨   huī hàn rú yǔ
    • 绿树成荫  lǜ shù chéng yīn
    • 烈日当空   liè rì dāng kōng
  • 风 fēng wind
    • 狂风暴雨   kuáng fēng bào yǔ
    • 微风习习   wéi fēng xí xí
    • 寒风刺骨   hán fēng cì gǔ
  • 雨 yǔ rain
    • 阴雨绵绵   yīn yǔ mián mián
    • 淅淅沥沥   xī xī lì lì
    • 倾盆大雨   qīng pén dà yǔ

  • 冷 lěng cold
    • 大雪纷飞   dà xuě fēn fēi
    • 冰天雪地   bīng tiān xuě dì
    • 天寒地冻   tiān hán dì dòng

 

Simplified Chinese Version

Traditional Chinese Version

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