¡Hola! So have you ever wanted to get to the point in a conversation in Spanish where you could awkwardly have nothing to say and talk about the weather? Well, with this video you can finally learn some ways to point out how the weather is! 😉
I forgot to mention in the video… some ways to say: “What’s the weather like?” are “¿Qué tiempo hace?” or “¿Cómo está el tiempo?” or “¿Qué tal el clima afuera?“
¡Ojalá¡ disfrutes de la lección! (let’s hope you enjoy the lesson)
Let me know if you have any questions, comments or suggestions below this video. Más práctica:
- está caluroso / hace calor – it’s hot
- está frío / hace frío – it’s cold
- está fresco / hace fresco – it’s cool (chilly)
- está soleado / hace sol – it’s sunny
- está nublado – it’s cloudy
- está despejado – the sky is clear
- llover – to rain llueve – it rains / it’s raining
- está lloviendo – it’s raining (right now)
- la lluvia – rain
- las gotas – (rain)drops
- nevar – to snow
- nieva – it snows / it’s snowing
- está nevando – it’s snowing (right now)
- la nieve – snow
- hace buen tiempo / está bonito afuera – the weather is nice / it’s nice outside
- hace mal tiempo / está feo afuera – The weather is bad / it’s ugly outside
Yeah! A new video. Thanks for all of your work – it is greatly appreciated!
Waiting for a while, keep up the good work. Inspired me to be the best spanish speaker I can be.
Senor Jordan, this is one of the most helpful posts when it comes to communicating through basic Spanish conversation.
We all get those odd awkward moments in our 1st language, so imagine just how much tougher it could be speaking in a new foreign language. Bringing up the weather is perfect for such occasions, as many of us have probably experienced one time or another. Thank you for posting this video and including some of these questions in Spanish along with the Spanish weather vocabulary words.
Makes perfect sense to talk about the weather and something that will really come into good use for those beginner and intermediate Spanish speakers. Once again, great job!
Thank you for your videos! They’re helpful even these many years after you’ve posted them!
Very very helpful.