The weather in spanish

1. In order to talk about the weather in Spanish, the third-person singular form of the verb “hacer” is normally used.

2. The verb “hacer” is conjugated as follows.

hago

hacemos

haces

——

hace

hacen

3. Below is a list of common weather expressions.

Hace sol.

It’s sunny.

Hace viento.

It’s windy.

Hace frío.

It’s cold.

Hace fresco.

It’s cool.

Hace buen tiempo.

The weather is nice out.

Hace mal tiempo.

The weather is bad out.

Hace calor.

It’s hot.

4. In order to ask how the weather is, say “¿Qué tiempo hace?”

5. In order to negate any of these weather expressions, the word “no” goes before the conjugated form of “hacer.”

Examples.

It’s not sunny.

No hace sol.

It’s not windy.

No hace viento.

6. In order to express the word “very” in a weather expression, the word “mucho” is used, not “muy.”

Examples.

It’s very hot!

¡Hace mucho calor!

It’s very cold!

¡Hace mucho frío!

Practice

a) It’s sunny today. It is not windy.

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b) It’s cold in the winter.

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c) It is very hot in Arizona. It is very cold in Alaska

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d) The weather is nice out.

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