Weather Forecast

This Spanish Easy Review picture quiz will take a look at what the weather can bring us using Spanish words. Are you one of those people who loves to watch the changing weather? Do you want it to be sunny all of the time or do you love to walk in the rain? How about snow? Do you stay inside when it snows or do you love to play in it and make snowmen or go sledding and skiing?

The great thing about our planet is that there is a wide variety of different weather patterns. Most are very good. A few can be very destructive. Either way, each and every person on the planet is affected by the weather. That’s why knowing the weather forecast is a global necessity.

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Your advantage now is that you can know about the weather in two languages! How about that! Therefore, this quick picture quiz will be all about the weather. Do you think you can get through it lightning fast? Then let’s see how quickly you can find the correct Spanish translations to the capitalized words.

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  1. From the looks of this picture, the WIND is blowing hard.
    The Spanish word for wind is viento.
  2. This poor, little darling looks like she is awfully COLD.
    The Spanish word for cold is frío / fría. Since the picture is of a little girl, you must use the feminine form of the word.
  3. The SKY looks yellow in this picture.
    The Spanish word for sky is cielo.
  4. Looks like a CLOUDY sky with wind and rain.
    The Spanish word for cloudy is nublado.
  5. Wow! That’s an awful lot of LIGHTNING!
    The Spanish word for lightning is relámpago.
  6. What child doesn’t love to splash in the RAIN?
    The Spanish word for rain is lluvia.
  7. After many hard rains you can see a beautiful RAINBOW!
    The Spanish words for rainbow are arco iris.
  8. She looks happy to see SNOW!
    The Spanish word for snow is nieve.
  9. A happy SUN in the sand!
    The Spanish word for sun is sol.
  10. It looks like we’re going to have a big STORM.
    The Spanish word for storm is tormenta.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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