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Unformatted text preview: K. Hacer and Haber with weather expressions- Expressions with hace (hacia) ** El pronostico de tiempo Uses: 1. Most expressions that describe the weather are formed with the impersonal forms of hacer. a. Que tiempo hace? (Whats the weather like) b. Hace buen tiempo. (The weather is good.) c. Hace fresco (It is cool) d. Hace calor (It is hot) e. Hace mal tiempo. (The weather is bad.) f. Hacia frio. (It was cold.) g. Hace viento (It is windy) h. Hacia sol. (It was sunny.) 2. The adjective mucho is the equivalent of very in these expressions. a. Hace much frio (calor, sol). (It is very cold, hot, sunny.) 3. The verb tener is used with animate beings to describe a physical state. a. Yo tengo frio. (I am cold.) - Expressions with hay (habia) 4. Hay, the impersonal form of haber is used to describe weather conditions that are variable. Habia is used for the Hay, the impersonal form of haber is used to describe weather conditions that are variable....
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course ROSP 203500 taught by Professor Perez during the Spring '08 term at Notre Dame.
- Spring '08