Learning French ~ What’s the weather like today?


The British may have a reputation for talking about the weather, but the French are as obsessed! Here’s what to say when you want to join in…

What is the weather like today? Quel temps fait-il aujourd’hui?

It is cold Il fait froid

It is very cold Il fait trés froid

It is hot Il fait chaud

It is sunny Il fait soleil

It is snowing Il neige

It is raining Il pleut

It is still raining Il pleut toujours

It is windy Il y a du vent

It is foggy Il fait du brouillard

It is icy Il ya du gel

What a lovely day! Quel beau temps!/Quelle belle journée!

Enjoy the sunshine! Profitez du soleil!

What awful weather! Quel mauvais temps!

What is the temperature? Quelle témperature fait-il?

What is the weather forecast? Comment est la méteo?

What will the weather be like tomorrow? Quel temps fera-t-il demain ?

It will be sunny Il fera soleil

It will rain Il pleuvra

It will be stormy Il y aura des orages

It will be very windy Il fera beaucoup de vent

Will it rain tomorrow? Il pleuvra demain?

It will be a very cold winter Ce sera un hiver trés froid

It will be a very hot summer Ce sera un

It will be a very hot summer Ce sera un été trés chaud

About Gorseinonboy

Hi I'm Vernon Goddard, retired and currently living in Lincoln having spent time abroad in France. My wife Carol and I are enjoying life away from having to make a living; instead we're making plenty of new friends in Lincoln. We have new plans for our time together and new adventures to achieve. Hell Lloyds TSB are still paying for it all and you taxpayers in the UK. So thanks ~ we really appreciate your regular contributions to our spending money. And why not stop and contribute on this site. If you have a view about anything I write you're welcome to post a comment or get in touch with me. When I'm not blogging, I write a little, garden a little less, drink and eat some, exercise when pushed, talk for Wales and think about the grandchildren. Well that's me. Gorseinonboy.
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