|Marcel|| Comment était Toulouse?
how was Toulouse
|How was Toulouse?|
|John|| C'était très agréable.
this-was very pleasant
|It was very pleasant!|
|Marcel|| Comment était le temps?
how was the weather
|How was the weather?|
|John|| Il faisait beau.
he did beautiful
|It was very nice weather.|
| C'était très ensoleillé.
this-was very sunny
|It was very sunny.|
| Comment était le temps à Paris?
how was the weather at Paris
|How was the weather in Paris.|
|Marcel|| Le temps était très mauvais. Il pleuvait toute la journée.
the weather was very bad he rained the-whole the day
|The weather was very bad. It rained the whole day.|
|John|| C'est dommage. |
|That's too bad.|
Le temps is the French word for [the weather].
était is the verb for [was] in French. You can see how it's used in the following phrases:
Here are some weather expressions in the present tense:
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