I'll go shopping at the grocery store. Would you like to take care of your brother? Mom said to me as she walked towards her car. That's all right. I replied.
It was so sultry that my 6-year-old brother ZAD and I came to the back yard under the willows. However, there is no wind, hiding in the shade (y ī n) It's no use doing it. Drops of sweat rolled down my forehead. Suddenly, the willow leaves moved. It's windy! I'm Shu ū） I took a breath.
Zadeh didn't notice this. Instead, he tilted (c) his ears (q) ī NG) listen to what. Hey, Jason. Do you hear the train? He said aloud. I listened carefully, but I could only hear thunder in the distance. It's thunder, ZAD.
No, listen. ZAD insisted, do you hear me?
Although the voice was miles away, I heard it. The sound is pushing (b) step by step ī） Closer, louder and louder. How is that possible? I'm bored. That track is out of use ā It has been abandoned for several years!
Come on, ZAD. We rode to the track to see the train. I said excitedly.
However, when we pushed the bicycle out of our house, we saw a dark sky not far away, like a group of birds ē） I live in the sky. The closer it flies. My eyes widened. It wasn't a bird, it was a roof.
The hairs on the back of my neck stood up one by one. The sun disappeared and the sky turned dark green. At this time, the tornado alarm in the town went off.
The wind grew stronger and stronger, and soon began to roar. The gravel splashed down on the driveway. I threw away my bike, grabbed ZAD's hand and ran home.
Our family has practiced the tornado escape plan many times. But it never occurred to me that ZAD and I were the first to use this plan. We don't have a basement, but there is a storage room in the middle of the house, and there are no windows.
Get in the storeroom! I yelled. The storeroom was small and full of things, but we had no choice but to squeeze in. Then I slammed the door shut. ZAD starts to cry. It's going to be OK soon. I comforted him. But I'm worried about mom. Mom, I hope you can find a safe place to hide. I pray in my heart ǎ o) I'm here.
I don't know how long it took, everything finally calmed down. I open the door www.tonghuaba.cn/ Please keep the reprint!) Climb out of the storage room with ZAD. Willow was pulled up, broken branches and leaves scattered all over the ground. The walls and tiles of the house were everywhere, and the furniture in the yard was gone.
Jason, I can't make a call. ZAD said to me with the phone. The electricity is off, too. I took a look at the clock still hanging on the wall. About 20 minutes after we heard the first thunder?
At this time, the car brake (SH) sounded outside ā） The sound of cars, then the sound of running feet. I'm very glad that my mother has come back safely.
Children, mother cried, where are you? Are you all right? We ran out and hugged mom.
The sun came out again, never shining and bright.