What terrible weather / How terrible

Discussion in 'English Only' started by ofriendragon, Dec 2, 2006.

  1. It's been raining for almost a week.______
    A What terrible weather B How terrible

    Any difference between A and B?
    I think both of them are correct, aren't they?
     
  2. Siberia

    Siberia Senior Member

    UK-Wales - English
    What terrible weather is an exclamation - a comment on the weather.
    How terrible doesn't particularly refer to the weather - it doesn't say.
    - "I nearly had an accident because of the rain this morning."
    - "How terrible!" (referred to the above sentence.
     
  3. Random1 Senior Member

    Upstate New York (State)
    English - USA
    Yes they are. :)

    Person a: "It's been raining almost the whole week."
    Person B: "Really? How terrible, I wanted to have a picnic."
    or
    Person B: "What terrible weather we are having." This is formal though.
     

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