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Talking about il tempo Posted by on May 20, 2021 in Italian Language

Talking about il tempo, the weather

Ciao a tutti! Finalmente fa bellissimo fuori, è davvero primavera. Hi everyone! Finally is is beautiful outside, it really is spring!

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humid – umido
fog – la nebbia
rain – la pioggia
storm – la tempesta
lightning – il lampo
sleet – il nevischio
sunny – soleggiato
temperature – la temperatura
hot – caldo
cloudy – nuvoloso
cold – freddo
thunder – il tuono
snow – la neve
weather – il meteo/il tempo
wind – il vento
ice – il ghiaccio
Today is a beautiful day – Oggi è una bella giornata
It is snowing – Sta nevicando
It is hot and humid – Fa caldo e umido
The weather will be great tomorrow  – Il tempo sarà bellissimo domani
It is sleeting – Sta piovendo nevischio
What is the weather forecast? – Quali sono le previsioni del tempo?
It is cold – Fa freddo
It is raining right now – Sta piovendo proprio ora
It is raining – Sta piovendo
Will it rain today? – Pioverà oggi?
It is hot – Fa caldo
It will be warm and sunny tomorrow – Farà caldo e bello domani
What is the temperature? – Quanti gradi ci sono?
It’s 10 degrees – Ci sono 10 gradi
It never rains Non piove mai
It’s nice out – Fa bello
The weather is bad today and tomorrow – Fa brutto oggi e domani
It’s too hot today – Oggi fa troppo caldo
to rain – piovere
What’s the weather like today? – Che tempo fa oggi?
In winter, it snows and it’s windy – In inverno nevica e c’è vento
fog – la nebbia
cloud – la nuvola
to snow – nevicare
It’s cold and cloudy – Fa freddo ed è nuvoloso
There’s a lot of fog in Northern Italy – Nel Nord Italia c’è molta nebbia
It’s sunny – C’è il sole
Southern Italy is very dry – Il Sud Italia è molto secco
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La temperatura – temperature

La temperatura in Italia è espressa con la scala Celsius. The temperature in Italy is expressed with the Celsius scale.

Some conversions for temperature:

  • 0 degrees Celsius is equal to 32 degrees Fahrenheit. (The freezing point)
  • 32 degrees Celsius is 90 degrees Fahrenheit
  • 24 degrees Celsius is 75 degrees Fahrenheit
  • 10 degrees Celsius is 50 degrees Fahrenheit
  • To convert Celsius (c) to Fahrenheit, use the formula (c x 1.8) + 32

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Comments:

  1. Gerry:

    Ciao Bridgette. Lei è molto fortunata. Io vivo vicino a Oxford, Inghilterra dove il tempo è bruttissimo. Vento, piove è nevischio oggi. È anche molto freddo, come in inverno. In questo momento vorrei andare in Italia.
    Grazie della lezione. È molto utile.


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