Olvasott szöveg értése — Task 2

Angol középszintű érettségi, 2016. május

In the following interview with American meteorologist Greg Fishel the questions have been removed.
Your task is to choose the letters of the questions next to the appropriate numbers.
There is one extra question that you do not need.
When you have entered all your answers, click on the button Check answers.
If you make a mistake, please try again until all your answers are correct.
A) What are the most interesting weather areas in North Carolina and why?

B) How can I learn more about tornadoes?

C) What is the weather event that you will never forget?

D) What made you decide to use a 7-day forecast?

E) When a forecast doesn't happen as predicted, such as the snow that didn't come last winter, do you get disappointed?

F) What’s your typical work week like?

G) When did you become interested in this job?

H) What advice would you offer someone considering this career?

I) How do you choose which city you show the temperatures for each night?
There are several, but the March 1984 tornado outbreak was the worst tornado outbreak in North Carolina in 100 years!
In many ways, yes, although I have gotten better about this over the years. I have slowly learned that when things don't go as planned, it is an opportunity to learn.
As a teenager, I saw a television show. Elliot Abrams, one of the hosts of this program, is the biggest reason I decided to choose the field of meteorology.
Viewers wanted to get this type of information.
The central part of the state can experience the wildest weather. One night many years ago, I was doing the 11 p.m. broadcast and I showed a current temperature map. It was 15 °C in the city of Burlington and 1 °C in another town only 60 km away from it!
There is a plan. We’ve set up a routine to get as many of them on the forecast maps each week as possible.
The old saying goes: Learn more about what you're afraid of, so you won't be as scared any more! Find a group who actually know something about them, and who are scientifically oriented.
Don’t get into this just because you want to be on TV.