We always say about weathers in our daily life. Often, weather can be a good topic for you to break the ice. In this post, we're going to learn basic words related to climates and apply these words to form a sentence.
▶ basic sentences to express climates
When you want to say 'It's foggy', you have to use the verb '끼다'. It means the fog exist in the air(it is disturbing in some ways).
'끼다' is a basic form of the verb and '꼈다(끼었다)' is the past tense.
Koreans scarcely use the basic form '안개가 끼다'. When it's foggy, you can just say '안개가 끼었다(꼈다)'.
When you want to say 'It's raining', you have to use the verb '내리다'. It means the rain is falling from above to the ground.
'내리다' is a basic form of the verb. '내린다' is a present progressive. '내렸다' is a past tense.
This is the same verb. You can check the explanation at the upper paragragh.
When you want to say 'It's windy', you have to use the verb '불다'.
'불다' is a basic form of the verb. '분다' is a present progressive. '불었다' is a past tense.
-해가 쨍쨍하다/햇빛이 쨍쨍하다
When you want to say 'It's sunny', you can use the adjective '쨍쨍한'. It means 'sunny, shine brightly'.
해 is sun but technically, 햇빛 is sunlight ⇒ 햇빛 is a word which is combined by two words : 해(sun) + 빛(light, beam)
+ How to say 'How's the weather like?' in Korean??
⇒ 날씨가 어때?(Informal form)
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