Feste's song from Twelfth Night, sung by the incomparable Alfred Deller. That's what the title says. (Alfred Deller is certainly incomparable but I've always been in two minds about counter-tenors. They sound somehow unnatural.)
Beautiful song anyway.
I just came across a website called 'English at home' which has a page entitled 'Talking about the weather in English'
It begins 'British people often start a conversation with strangers and friends by talking about the weather' and continues 'Although British people like to complain about bad weather, they generally put a brave face on it.'
Surely not! I just think that is total and utter racial stereotyping.
I forget to say, this downpour will do wonders for my rhubarb!