bk_mrk_weather - Qu’il pleuve ou qu’il vente Rain or...

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©2006 abcteach.com ©2006 abcteach.com ©2006 abcteach.com ©2006 abcteach.com Il fait un temps de chien The weather is dreadful. Literally: It’s a dog’s weather. Il fait un froid de canard The weather is bitter cold. Literally: It’s a duck’s cold. Il fait une chaleur à crever It is deadly hot. Il pleut à verse It’s pouring (rain).
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©2006 abcteach.com ©2006 abcteach.com ©2006 abcteach.com ©2006 abcteach.com Il tombe des cordes It’s raining cats and dogs. Literally: Ropes are falling. Il pleut à seaux Literally: It’s raining by buckets.
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Unformatted text preview: Qu’il pleuve ou qu’il vente Rain or shine Le temps se gâte The weather is turning bad. Literally: The weather is spoiling itself. ©2006 abcteach.com ©2006 abcteach.com ©2006 abcteach.com ©2006 abcteach.com Être dans le brouillard To be confused Literally: To be in the fog. Prendre un coup de soleil To get sunburned. Literally: To take a blow of the sun. Il vit sur son petit nuage He’s got his head in the clouds. Literally: He lives on his little cloud. Juste un nuage (de lait) Just a drop (of milk) Literally: Just a cloud....
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This note was uploaded on 03/22/2012 for the course FRENCH 103 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Washington.

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bk_mrk_weather - Qu’il pleuve ou qu’il vente Rain or...

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