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How to Remember Spanish Weather Terms
Transcript of How to Remember Spanish Weather Terms
has torment in it like
sol sounds like solar and solar uses the
luna sounds like lunar landing which was on the
relampagos has the word lamp in it and a lamp puts off light just like
humedad sounds like
and it means humid.
nubes sounds like nimbus and nimbus is a type of
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.
granzino has the word "ran" in it and when it is
you run inside.
lloviznas ends with a "s" and
starts with an "s".
and oscuro has a "s" in it and some people are scared of the dark.
nublado starts with a "n" and so does
which is a type of
llusvioso has a double "l" and so does falls and
and they both start with the letter "t"
and both words have a "z" in them.
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Calor sounds like calories and you burn calories when its
Hace buen tiempo-
Buen sounds like bien and bien means
Hace mal tiempo-
Frio sounds like
There is "co" at the end of it which is the first 2 letters of
Viento sounds like vent which
puts out air or wind.
It starts with "N" and so does November and
in November sometimes.
you are lazy, llueve and lazy both start with the letter "L".
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