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Let's look at some more examples.
Listen and repeat or speak along with the native speakers.
Está lloviendo.
Está lloviendo.
Está nevando.
Está nevando.
Está soleado.
Está soleado.
Está nublado.
Está nublado.
Está húmedo en Veracruz.
Está húmedo en Veracruz.
Did you notice how I added the location in this last sentence?
Víctor Trejo: Está húmedo en Veracruz.
"It’s humid in Veracruz."
First is Está, "It’s." Está.
Next is húmedo, “humid.” Húmedo (enunciated). Húmedo.
After this is en Veracruz, "in Veracruz." En Veracruz.
First is en, meaning "in." En (enunciated). En.
Next is the location, in this case, Veracruz (enunciated). Veracruz.
All together, it's Está húmedo en Veracruz. "It's humid in Veracruz."
The pattern is
To use this pattern, simply replace the WEATHER CONDITION placeholder with a suitable weather condition, and the LOCATION placeholder with your current location.
Note, this pattern requires an adjective for the weather condition and the name of a city, village or town.
You should be aware of this pattern, but for this lesson, we won't use locations.