The typhoon is coming, please remember the typhoon rules. We should go inside, it’s safe. Don’t go outside, it’s dangerous. We should put plants and pets outside. Don’t leave them outside. Close all the windows and doors, and don’t stand near windows. We should use mobile phone, we should not use home phone.
we should remember the rules.
When I was ten years old, I met a typhoon. It really was a frightening typhoon. That evening was so dark. I still can’t forget it. It was a rainy day. Although it was early, the sky was very dark. I was walking in the street with my mother. We were going home. The wind blew more and more strongly. We felt the difference. We started to run fast in order to go home in no time. But the wind was still faster than feet. Suddenly, lots of litter was blown away. The typhoon blew up.
We couldn’t hold the umbrella. It was raining heavily and we were all wet. Cold and fright went through our bodies. The big trees began to shake. Leaves fell down. We couldn’t breathe. The wind blew in our face.
It was so sharp. I was afraid I would be blown away, too. I held my mother tightly. We tried our best to run. But we couldn’t.I was excited because we were near our home. A few minutes later, we arrived home. “I am still alive,” I said to myself happily. I saw the big typhoon through the window. “How strong the typhoon is! I want to be strong, too.”
Yesterday my teacher told us that there was a typhoon and I was so scared of it. After dinner we prepared some candles and lighters in case there was no electricity. And then we were just sitting in the living room and watching the news about the typhoon.
In the middle night, the wind blew harder and the rain came down harder, too. The trees outside were blown by the strong wind and bent a lot. The sounds outside was very loud and scary. Sometimes I could hear an ambulance driving by. I hope it was not someone hit by an object.
This morning the typhoon had already left. My grandfather and I decided to take a walk around the neighborhood. Some trees fail down, some cars were damaged and some houses were damaged, too. But my father’s car, my house and my family are fine.