Weather (Spanish vocabulary) Game Information Page

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1 Drew06 100% 0:33.9 min. 14 Jul, '09
2 Eoin 100% 0:34.3 min. 23 Jun, '09
3 slagplan 100% 0:34.6 min. 20 Jun, '09
4 greatholland 100% 0:36.6 min. 10 Jul, '09
5 sven-the-man2 100% 0:37.3 min. 18 Jun, '09
6 saheeb 100% 0:41.0 min. 18 Jun, '09
7 timpat 100% 0:41.3 min. 2 Jun, '08
8 KimKuehn 100% 0:41.4 min. 29 May, '08

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Weather (Spanish vocabulary)

Weather (Spanish vocabulary)

created by Peto, 6 years ago in Linguistics

Warning: there are many repeat questions that can be used interchangeably (example: "It is raining" shows up 5 times).

Tags spanish

This game has 28 questions

Comments (6)

MegaGringa

MegaGringa

Yo aprendi EspaƱol con la gente, no en la escuela y ahora pudo leer y escribir mas o menos bien. Si gustas aprender otra idioma tienes que aprender todo; o sea la cultura y la temperatura tambien es muy importante. Nosotros aqui usa Fahrenheit pero en varios otro paises usan Centigrado.

I learned Spanish with the people, not in school and now I can read and write it fairly well. If you want to learn another language you have to learn everything, I mean about the culture and the temperature also, this is very important. Here we use Fahrenheit; however, in many other countries they use Celsius. Learning the conversion will help you if you ever plan to travel.

*****PETO*****
I find your "games" very useful and believe I will learn a lot from them.

5 years ago

BoboLo

BoboLo

Confusing game.

6 years ago

megangonzalez

megangonzalez

It isn't that hard, trust me. Like, think of it this way, if it is between 34 C and 47 C for lets just say, 90 F....maybeh the 47 C is the answer. The higher the C, the higher the degrees F. I think it is just common sense yet it too me 3 mins and I got 80...hehe. Oh well! I tried!

6 years ago

Peto

Peto

If you don't have a sense that 34 C is, well, really hot weather, then you need this cultural experience. Thank you for maintaining an open mind.

6 years ago

SamuelThacker

SamuelThacker

If this is Spanish, why do I have to convert fahrenheit to celsius. Also there are multiple answers for one question.

6 years ago

MichaelLoo1

MichaelLoo1

Why do we have to convert fahreheit to celsius?????????? And why are there multiple answers for ONE question!?!?!?!

6 years ago