Catalan Phrases. The weather

The weather Learn

In Catalan, weather is often 'made' and literally translated fa means do or makes and is part of the present tense of the verb fer to do/make.

The Catalan fa calor translates literally as 'makes heat'. This is similar to other romance languages.

For example, the Spanish hace calor and Italian fa caldo both use equivalent verbs for do or make (which are hacer and fare respectively).


What's the weather like?Quin temps fa?
Is it going to rain?Plourà?
It's hotFa calor
It's coldFa fred
It's niceFa bon temps
It's freezingFa molt de fred
It's bad weatherFa mal temps
It's windyFa vent
It's rainyPlou
It's cloudyEstà núvo
It's snowingNeva

Learning phrases on their own will take you a long way, and is certainly appreciated.

First words, and numbers are always useful.

But if you want to progress in the language, you also need to start making your own sentences.

The basic grammar and associated tests will help with this.