Explica’m el cicle de l’aigua?


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Explica’m el cicle de l’aigua?
Sure! “Explica’m el cicle de l’aigua?” means “Explain the water cycle to me?” in Catalan. The water cycle is how water moves around the Earth. Imagine a big circle where water is constantly moving and changing forms. The water cycle starts with evaporation, where the sun heats up water in rivers, lakes, and oceans and turns it into water vapor. This vapor rises into the sky and forms clouds through a process called condensation. When the clouds become heavy with water droplets, they release the water as precipitation in the form of rain, snow, sleet, or hail. This water then flows into rivers, lakes, and oceans, where it can evaporate again and continue the cycle. An interesting fact about the water cycle is that water is constantly being recycled and reused. In fact, the water you drink today may have once been part of a dinosaur’s bath! So, the water cycle is like a big recycling system that ensures we always have water to drink and use for everyday activities.