Officially it’s still spring, but here in the north of Spain it seems the summer has arrived. So, while some people are already kind of brown and wearing colourful garments, I am still hidden under layers of dark clothes looking like a stuffed sausage and crazy busy 🙂 checking exams.
Talking about the weather seems to be a favourite topic of conversation,but not only for British people. Every foreigner I’ve met, no matter the nationality, eventually talks about the weather.
Do you talk about the weather? Isn’t it true that when talking to people you have just met to simply start a conversation and avoid the I-don’t-know-what-to-say embarrassing moment, we talk about the weather?
So, how do you ask about the weather? Choose the correct answer
- What’s the weather like?
- How’s the weather?
The correct answer is c.
There is not much difference between these two questions when talking about the weather. Either of these is used in every day English. Some people might argue that “What’s the weather like in Spain?” asks for a more detailed description of the usual weather in Spain, whereas “How’s the weather in Spain?” would be more casual and would get “Good/Bad/Rainy” as an answer .
The truth is that asking these two questions will almost always get you the same answer.