Most of this is beginner reading, but there is one part of a sentence towards the end of the text which is intermediate reading, so I’ve outlined the more difficult words there in the “click to listen” area.
You’ll also notice another onomatopoeia (I’ve been running into those a lot lately), 滴滴答答. We’re rather lucky when we describe sounds in English, we can mash a bunch of letters together until they sound similar to the sound we heard – we have a little more flexibility. I could write: pfffsssshhhh, and you could make that sound, or imagine that sound. The Chinese have no alphabet to work with, so they do this by taking existing characters that sound similar and arranging them together. In this case 滴滴答答 (di1 di1 da1 da1) represents the pattering of raindrops, as you might hear rain fall against a window or roof.
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传来- chuán lái – Arrive
滴滴答答 – dī dī dā dā – The sound of water droplets falling on something
行人 – xíng rén – Pedestrian
雨伞 – yǔ sǎn – Umbrella
极了 – jí le – very, extremely [used after word it refers to]
撑- chēng – To open up / unfurl
晴朗 – qíng lǎng – sunny and cloudless
陪伴 – péi bàn – Accompany