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02 octubre 2020


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En inglés usualmente usamos IT IS cuando hablamos del clima.

podemos utilizar it is + adjetivo  o it is + verbo-ing

it is + adjetivo = descripción del clima

  • It is sunny today.
  • It’s hot and humid today.
  • It’s a nice day today.

También podemos decir  it  is + adjetivo + día  o (morning/ afternoon/ night)

  • It’s a fine day.
  • It’s a windy afternoon.

It is + verbo-ing = éste tipo de clima esta ocurriendo ahora.

  • It’s drizzling outside.
  • It’s snowing.
  • Take an umbrella, it’s raining.

También puedes utilizar it en diferentes tiempos gramaticales

  • It was cold yesterday.
  • It will be cloudy tomorrow.

Cuando estamos aprendiendo vocabulario del clima es importante recordar que algunas de las palabras tiene un sentido de sustantivo, de verbo y/o adjetivo, por ejemplo:

  • Rain: (noun/ sustantivo) The game was cancelled because of the rain.
  • Rain: (verb/verbo) I think it is going to rain later.
  • Rainy: (adjective/adjetivo) It’s a rainy day.

Te presentamos algunos adjetivos y sustantivos comunes hablando del clima.

  • rain (noun) – rainy (adjective)
  • sun (noun) – sunny (adjective)
  • wind (noun) – windy (adjective)
  • cloud (noun) – cloudy (adjective)
  • fog (noun) – foggy (adjective)

Las Personas preguntas sobre el clima usando comúnmente las siguientes oraciones.

  • What’s it like out(side)?
  • How’s the weather?
  • What’s the weather like?
  • What’s the temperature?
  • What’s the weather forecast?
  • What’s the forecast for tomorrow? Talking about the weather in English

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Weather Vocabulary in English

Bright: (adjective) full of light; when the sun is shining strongly
Sunny: (adjective) the sun is shining and there are no clouds
Clear: (adjective) without clouds
Fine: (adjective) not raining, clear sky
Partially cloudy: (adjective) when there is a mixture of both blue sky and clouds
Cloudy: (adjective) with many clouds in the sky
Overcast: (adjective) covered with cloud; dull
Gloomy: (adjective) with dark clouds and dull light; some people consider this weather depressing.

Types of Rain

Damp: (adjective) slightly wet (often after the rain has stopped)
Drizzle: (verb/noun) to rain lightly with very fine drops
Shower: (noun) a short period of rain
Rain: (verb/noun) water that falls from the clouds in drops
Downpour: (noun) heavy rain
Pour: (verb) to have heavy rain
It’s raining cats and dogs: (Idiom) To rain heavily
Torrential rain: (noun) very heavy rain
Flood: (verb/noun) to become covered in water usually due to excessive rain

Cold stuff

Blizzard: (noun) severe snowstorm with strong winds
Frost: (noun) a layer of small ice crystals that forms on the ground or other surfaces when the temperate is cold
Hail: (verb) when frozen rain falls as small balls of ice (hailstones).
Hailstones: (noun) the small hard balls of ice that fall from the sky
Snow: (noun/verb) frozen rain that falls from the sky as soft snowflakes
Snowflake: (noun) an individual piece of snow
Sleet: (noun/verb) snow or hail mixed with rain (often with some wind)

Types of Wind

Breeze: a gentle wind (often nice or refreshing)
Blustery: blowing (strong) gusts of wind
Windy: continual wind.
Gale: a very strong wind
Hurricane/cyclone/typhoon: a spiral arrangement of thunderstorms that produce winds and heavy rain.


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