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A cuántos grados están en tu ciudad

Discussion in 'Spanish-English Vocabulary / Vocabulario Español-Inglés' started by esl student, Jul 22, 2009.

  1. esl student Senior Member

    Mexico
    Spanish-Mexico
    I`m trying to translate this sentence to English:

    "¿A cuantos grados estan en tu ciudad?"

    What`s the temperature in your city?

    Any suggestions?

    Thank you.
     
  2. patin Senior Member

    USA
    Costa Rica español
    How cold/hot is your city at this moment?

    How is the weather in your city?

    patin
     
  3. miss sparkles

    miss sparkles Senior Member

    Pennsylvania, USA
    English-USA
    What's the temperature in your city? esta bien.
     
  4. rafael-mx Junior Member

    Cincinnati, USA
    Español-México
    Que te parece "How is the weather?"
     
  5. esl student Senior Member

    Mexico
    Spanish-Mexico
    So the answer should be:

    The temperature in my city has reached the 36º C. ?

    What`s the most common way to say in English?

    Thank you.
     
  6. sound shift Senior Member

    Derby (central England)
    English - England
    - What's the temperature in your city/where you are?
    - It's thirty-six degrees.
     
  7. kayokid

    kayokid Senior Member

    Chicago
    English, USA
    This is perfectly grammatically correct but sounds a bit strange to me, personally. If someone asked me this question I would answer: The temperature here/here in Chicago got up to/reached XX degrees. or maybe: It got up to XX degrees here.

    Or simply: It's 36 degrees. (as soundshift said). That's the easiest and most common answer in my opinion.
     

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