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English/Italian Lessons: 6 The Weather/Il tempo

LIKE US at facebook... Weather Related Terms We've had people suggest we slow down the pace of the videos. We have a bit, but our philosophy is that it is better to watch a quickly paced video a couple of times, than sit through an interminably long video once. We suggested using the pause button between words if that helps. Thanks for watching. ===== We had a question about Thunder and Lightning. "il Lampo ed il? Tuono? Does that RESPECTIVELY (Come si dice "respectively" in Italiano?) mean "thunder and lightning" or is it backwards?" In California, we've always grouped them as "Thunder and Lightning". In Italian, I've always heard it as "Lampo ed il Tuono". It could be regional. It does seem to make more sense? to mention the Lightning first, since it occurs first. Lamp - Lightning Tuono - Thunder respectively - rispettivamente ===== Fa Caldo - It's Hot Fa Freddo - It's Cold Piove - It's Raining Nevica - It's Snowing C'e Vento - It's Windy C'e La Nebbia - It's Foggy C'e Sole - It's Sunny C'e Vento - It's Windy
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