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How to Remember Spanish Weather Terms

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on 25 September 2014

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Transcript of How to Remember Spanish Weather Terms

How to Remember Spanish Weather Terms
Tormenta-
has torment in it like
thunder storms
torment animals.
Hace sol-
sol sounds like solar and solar uses the
sun.
Hay luna-
luna sounds like lunar landing which was on the
moon.
Hay relampagos-
relampagos has the word lamp in it and a lamp puts off light just like

lightning.
Hay humedad-
humedad sounds like
humid
and it means humid.
Hay nubes-
nubes sounds like nimbus and nimbus is a type of

cloud.
Hay lluvias torrenciales-
Torrenciales has the word "torrent" in it and when it
rains very hard

it is a torrent
Hay un vendaval-
vendaval contains the letters "ven" which are also in the word "vent" and a

vent puts out air.
Hay granzino-
granzino has the word "ran" in it and when it is
hailing

you run inside.
Hay lloviznas-
lloviznas ends with a "s" and
sprinkling
starts with an "s".
Esta oscuro-
means
dark

and oscuro has a "s" in it and some people are scared of the dark.
Esta nublado-
nublado starts with a "n" and so does
nimbus
which is a type of
cloud
.
Esta lluvioso-
llusvioso has a double "l" and so does falls and
rain
falls downward.
truena-
means

thunder
and they both start with the letter "t"
Llovizna-
llovizna means

drizzle

and both words have a "z" in them.
Gracias for listening to our presentation!
Hace calor-
Calor sounds like calories and you burn calories when its
hot
.
Hace buen tiempo-
Buen sounds like bien and bien means

good
.
Hace mal tiempo-
Mal means
bad.
Hace frio-
Frio sounds like
freezing.
Hace fresco-
There is "co" at the end of it which is the first 2 letters of
cool
.
Hace viento-
Viento sounds like vent which
puts out air or wind.
Nieva-
It starts with "N" and so does November and
it
snows
in November sometimes.
Llueve-
when it

rains

you are lazy, llueve and lazy both start with the letter "L".
This presentation is
by Pat, Zane, Grayson, Dylan Crowell, Mills, Justin, and Caleb. Enjoy!
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