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Seasons
Presentación Ingles
Universidad Mexicana
Plantel Polanco
9no. Cuatrimestre
Administración



• Laura Edith Rodríguez Méndez

• Oscar Ayala Huerta

• Isaac NavaGalicia

• Fernando Oliver

• José Ramón Suárez Morales




Profra. Dalia Montoya

Ingles IV



Febrero 25, 2012






Index



Page



Introduction…………………………………………………………….. 3




Spring …………………………………………………………………….. 4


Summer ……………………………………………………………………5


Fall …………………………………………………………………….…… 6


Winter ……………………………………………………………………. 7


Bibliography ………………………………………………………………… 8Introduction

“The year has four seasons are: Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. The seasons are the periods of the year when the weather conditions are maintained in a specific region within acertain range. These periods last about three months, and are called spring, summer, autumn and winter but in the regions of the earth near the Ecuador are only two seasons, dry season and rainy and theyvary dramatically in rainfall, but not the temperature. The succession of the seasons is not due to its motion in oval / elliptical Earth and pull away from the Sun This has a practicallyimperceptible. The cause is the obliquity of the ecliptic / inclination of the axis of rotation of the globe. This axis is always oriented in the same direction (except phenomenon of the precession of theequinoxes / precession) and both northern and southern hemispheres are unevenly lit by the sun. Every six months the situation is reversed.” [1]



Spring

“Spring is one of the four seasons oftemperate zones, the transition between winter and summer. The term "spring" comes from premium (first) and see (green).
Astronomically, it begins with the vernal equinox (between 20th and 21th March in thenorthern hemisphere, and between 22th and 23th September in the southern hemisphere), and ends with the summer solstice (around June 21th in the northern...
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