Over The Weather: “il fait”

In French, when you want to comment the weather, you use the verb “faire” (to make) instead of “être” (to be).

Il fait beauLISTEN

So you are literally saying, “It makes nice”. Good news is that it will always be “il fait” /eel feh/.

And when you want to ask what’s the weather like, you say:

quel temps fait-il

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Here are more expressions:

phrases

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il fait chaud

*Ta gueule = Sh… up.

 

 

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