The Weather – El Tiempo

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In this video we are going to learn some basic phrases to talk about the weather in Spanish!

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22 Responses to The Weather – El Tiempo

  1. cheese2414 says:

    if you learn more …
    if you learn more about conjugation in spanish it will be easier to understand :) good luck

  2. ColdBoi says:

    I have my Spanish …
    I have my Spanish test today this will be on the test, thanks :)

  3. JoelBinks says:

    How you feel and …
    How you feel and where you are always use the verb estar. Esta is conjugated, it isnt permanent hacer is to do or to make or in weather’s case, telling you what something is

  4. 12luciaa says:

    les recomiendo este …
    les recomiendo este tutorial para aprender español, soy castellana y la verdad es que e de decir que enseñan muy bien.

  5. EmilinePinkie1 says:

     My quiz is …
     My quiz is tomrrow and I need to learn weather in 1 day! If I do bad on it I will have to take it again!

  6. EmilinePinkie1 says:

    My quiz is tomrrow …
    My quiz is tomrrow and I need to learn weather in 1 day! If I fail I will have to take it again!

  7. EmilinePinkie1 says:

    ohh no! My quiz is …
    ohh no! My quiz is tomrrow and I need to learn weather in 1 day! If I fail I will have to take it again!

  8. Beannieable says:

    Challenging enough …
    Challenging enough for me. Thank you for the great lesson.

  9. Beannieable says:

    Challenging enough …
    Challenging enough for me. Thank you for your great lesson!

  10. ChloeValerie says:

    Thanks for posting …
    Thanks for posting this! It helps a lot.

  11. SpanishTuitionCentre says:

    i know its tricky …
    i know its tricky but it is better to translate concept for concept rather than word for word. many concepts simply don’t translate well from spanish to english :(

  12. ohlalaxobeer says:

    the hay, hace, and …
    the hay, hace, and esta really confuses me!
    anyway, that was very very helpful!

  13. FUZibLU3m0nst3r says:

    hay - its
    hace – …

    hay - its
    hace – it is

  14. SLThums108 says:

    “No hace with the …
    “No hace with the wet ones!”

  15. esaudio says:

    Study them as set …
    Study them as set phrases. I think it wll be easier in the long run. Some structures are very arbitrary as you can probably see.

  16. angelblokzijl says:

    I don’t get why …
    I don’t get why some is Hay, some Hace and some Esta. Can you explain? Maybe its a different video? I haven’t checked all and i’m a beginner

  17. esaudio says:

    Imagínate el …
    Imagínate el contexto en que usarías esto. Si preguntas por el tiempo es porque no estás en el lugar. Fíjate lo que escribiste arriba y te darás cuenta que ambas palabras son posibles. Además recuerda que no solo se habla español en España.
    Gracias.

  18. PilarMiguel says:

    Ahí, indica el …
    Ahí, indica el lugar de la persona con la que habla.
    Allí, sería en otro lugar distinto.
    (Soy castellana).

  19. esaudio says:

    Hola Pilar:
    Se …

    Hola Pilar:
    Se puede decir “ahí” o “allí” indistintamente y en el video dice “está” fresco, no “es”. Como tú bien dices, también puedes usar “hace fresco”. Muchas gracias por tus comentarios.

  20. PilarMiguel says:

    Se dice ¿Como está …
    Se dice ¿Como está el tiempo ahí? (no: allí)
    Se dice: hace fresco (no: es fresco),

  21. zabbhai says:

    This is very …
    This is very helpful.

  22. H1P2S says:

    Me encantó el video …
    Me encantó el video, muhas gracias

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