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Free Spanish Weather

Free Spanish Weather to help you shine in this topic!

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You’re very welcome to the mini version of Spanish Weather from my Full Spanish Hub.

Whether you’re a Leaving Cert., Junior Cert or indeed any student studying this great language, you need to know how to talk about the weather.

Check out the sentence in the BLUE BOX below for examples of what you’ll learn here.

SUMMER         COLD         RAINING 


What we'll do here...

You will learn the essentials to talk about the weather, such as…

TYPES - sunny, raining, windy...

SEASONS - the four of them




There’s a good chance that you already know a bit about Spanish weather vocabulary – but so let’s see what you know so far!

We’ll start here at the absolute basics with a little Quick Quiz.

How to Do this Activity

1) Play each video to see what type of weather it is.

2) Select the correct word from the 6 options

3) Write the full word or expression down

*TIP* – When finished the activity, write the vocabulary in your NOTEBOOK.


Vamos a practicar un poco...

We are going to practice a little…

Look at each of the photos, read the sentence in Spanish and choose “verdadero” if you think it’s TRUE or “falso” if you think it’s FALSE.

Dublin spanish weather cloudy
madrid spanish weather not raining

Las cuatro estaciones

The four seasons…

En el año, hay cuatro estaciones

1) la primavera          2) el verano          3) el otoño          4) el invierno

Las cuatro estaciones...

Even though you have probably never seen these seasons in Spanish before, I think that you will actually do very well here – give it a go!

How to Do this Activity

1) You are given four videos.

2) You are given a statement for each video.

3) Choose the correct season for each video.

*TIP* Write the vocabulary down!


Las Temperaturas

It’s great that you can now talk a little bit about the weather in Spanish. You know how to say “it’s hot, cold, raining or windy” and “winter” or “spring” etc.

However, we also need to talk about temperatures in Spanish.

For example, “in Dublin, the temperature is 19C with a maximum of 23C”.

So, vámonos – let’s go!

Temperaturas ALTAS y BAJAS

The four seasons…

The first thing to do is to make two very, very general categories.

To do this, answer the two questions below. Write the answers down as this is really useful vocabulary!

How to Do this Activity

1) You are given two pictures

2) You are given a statement for each picture.

3) Choose “VERDADERO” or “FALSO” for each one.


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