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Small chat in Spanish: Talk about weather and sensations

Updated: Mar 19



Small chat in Spanish

Learning a new language opens the door to simple conversations that can greatly enhance our practice.


Today, let's focus on the Small chat in Spanish. This post will help you to discuss the weather and express feelings using the verb "tener". These phrases are not only useful for talking about the weather but also for describing our physical or emotional states.


Example Dialogue:

Juana: ¡Hola Carlos! ¿Cómo estás?(Hello Carlos! How are you?)

Carlos: Hola, muy bien. Hoy hace sol y eso me gusta. ¿Y tú?(Hi, I'm doing well. It's sunny today and I like that. How about you?)

Juana: Bien, pero ¡hace mucho calor!(I'm fine, but it's very hot!)

Carlos: Sí, un poco. ¿Quieres ir a tomar algo? Yo quiero una limonada.(Yes, a little bit. Do you want to go grab something to drink? I want a lemonade.)

Juana: Sí, vamos.(Yes, let's go.)


Useful Vocabulary:

  • Hace calor (It's hot)

  • Hace frío (It's cold)

  • Hace viento (It's windy)

  • Hace sol (It's sunny)

  • Está lloviendo (It's raining)

  • Está nublado (It's cloudy)

  • Tengo frío (I'm cold)

  • Tengo calor (I'm hot)

  • Tengo hambre (I'm hungry)

  • Tengo sed (I'm thirsty)


TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE



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