Do we say beautiful weather?

Can we say a beautiful weather?

No. It is not more common to say “What a nice/beautiful weather.” You will not hear this from a native speaker of English, not even an uneducated one.

How do you say it’s a good weather?

Describing good weather

  1. anticyclone.
  2. be set fair idiom.
  3. calm.
  4. clear.
  5. clemency.
  6. clement.
  7. cloudless.
  8. dry.

What nice weather or what a nice weather?

What a nice weather! or should I say: What nice weather! What nice weather. In common American and British usage, weather, like information, is both singular and plural and uncountable. No need for an article between the adjective and the noun.

What does nice weather mean?

The weather is very nice or pleasant. Sometimes used ironically when the weather is not nice at all. …

What a lovely weather or what lovely weather?

Only the version without the “a” is correct: “What lovely weather.” The corpora for US and UK English show several instances of the correct version, and not a single instance of the incorrect one.

How do we use weather?

We use the noun weather when we are talking about the conditions of the atmosphere and climate in a specific place or time. It could elicit a broad range of thoughts based around temperature, windiness, rainfall etc. Examples: How’s the weather in Los Angeles?

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How do you respond to nice weather?

If you respond to “Nice weather, isn’t it,” with something like “No, actually it’s really cold!” or “We get much better weather where I live!” it will be a serious faux pas and the atmosphere will immediately become very tense.

How would you describe warm weather?

Balmy is a great word to use when the weather is warm and pleasant. You can use it to describe moderately hot weather. What is this? “The weather outside was warm enough to make it perfect for us to enjoy a soccer match and a picnic with our extended family.”

How do you express the weather in English?

Some questions you might hear

  1. Is it hot or cold?
  2. Is it sunny, should I take sunglasses?
  3. Is it raining outside?
  4. Should I take my umbrella?
  5. What’s the weather forecast?
  6. What’s the weather expected to be tomorrow?
  7. What’s the temperature?
  8. How’s the weather?

Is weather countable or uncountable noun?

Weather is an uncountable noun: We had nice weather on Monday for our trip to the coast. Not: We had a nice weather on Monday.