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Weather expressions

  1. 1. Weather Expressions<br />
  2. 2. Weather expressions<br />An idiom is an expression that cannot be<br />understood by analyzing its literal meaning:<br />to "drive someone crazy“<br />to be "raining cats and dogs"<br />
  3. 3. Weather expressions<br />Spanish also has many idiomatic expressions:<br />Idiom:Hace mucho frío<br />Literally: It makes much cold<br />True Meaning: It is very cold<br />
  4. 4. Hacer - weather<br />¿Quétiempohace?What's the weather like? <br />Hacefrío.It's cold. <br />Hacecalor.It's hot.<br />Haceviento.It's windy. <br />Hace sol.It's sunny. <br />Hacebuentiempo.The weather is good.<br />Hace mal tiempo.The weather is bad. <br />Hace fresco.It's brisk.<br />
  5. 5. Hay - weather<br />Weather expressions that use the verb hay:<br />Hay niebla.It's foggy. <br />Hay relámpagos.It's lightning. <br />Hay humedad.It's humid. <br />Hay lluviastorrenciales.It's pouring. <br />Hay un vendaval.There's a windstorm. <br />Hay granizo.It's hailing<br />
  6. 6. Estar - weather<br />Weather expressions that use the verbestar:<br />Está oscuro.It'sdark.<br />Está nublado.It'scloudy. <br />Está lluvioso.It'sraining.<br />
  7. 7. Single verb - weather<br />Weather expressions that use a single verb:<br />Llueve. It is raining. or It rains.<br />Nieva.It is snowing. or It snows.<br />Truena.It is thundering. or It thunders.<br />