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How is the weather response?

How is the weather response?

You may well ask someone “How’s the weather?” and get the reply “It’s amazing. It’s hot and sunny with clear blue skies and I haven’t seen a cloud for three weeks!” or ask someone else “What’s the weather like?” and just get “It’s OK”.

How is the weather French?

Le temps. The French equivalent of “How’s the weather?” is literally “What weather is it doing?”: Quel temps fait-il?

How would you describe the weather in England?

‘It’s raining cats and dogs’, ‘blowing a gale’ and ‘throwing it down’ are the most common phrases Brits are likely to utter to describe the weather . Other popular phrases include ‘it’s the calm before the storm’, ‘the sun has got it’s hat on’ and ‘it’s absolutely Baltic’.

What are the 5 types of weather?

There are five types of weather: sunny, cloudy, windy, rainy, and stormy.

Why do the English speak much about the weather?

This unpredictable weather is intrinsically linked to the British character; in fact, it’s unpredictability could be the reason they talk about it. In ancient cultures weather was a serious matter, and often meant the difference between life or death. So, as culture evolved, so did the weather obsession.

How do you describe nice weather?

Describing the weather good, great, nice, fine, lovely, beautiful, wonderful, excellent, gorgeous, fair, pleasant, balmy; a spell of good weather; a two-day spell of sunny weather; a spell of rainy weather; Sky: cloudy, overcast, cloudless, clear, bright, blue, gray (BrE grey), dark; a patch of blue sky.

What does it mean when someone asks about the weather?

“How is the weather” is a conversational way of asking about the state of the weather at present, possibly by someone marooned indoors with no windows, or on a dark night – or alternatively asking about the weather someone is experiencing in a distant location, perhaps while on vacation.