Weather in Hindi
What’s the Hindi word for “rain”? How do you explain that it’s terrible weather? Can you talk about the weather in Hindi? Maybe you’re experiencing sun, snow, or something in between - this free audio lesson will teach you tons of Hindi words you can use in conversation.
Whether you’re traveling in India or conversing with Hindi speakers closer to home, the Rocket Hindi team will teach you how to talk about the climate and the current weather conditions in Hindi.
We hope you don’t encounter any extreme weather, but to be on safe side we’ll teach you some words for that too. It’s good to be prepared and know what to expect, so let’s get started!
Pronouncing the weather in Hindi
आज के लिये मौसम पूर्वानुमान क्या है?
āja ke liye mausama pūrvānumāna kyā hai?
What’s the weather forecast for today?
इस सप्ताह के मौसम का पूर्वानुमान क्या है?
isa saptāha ke mausama kā pūrvānumāna kyā hai?
What’s the weather forecast for this week?
There are a lot of possible answers to that question. Here are the most common ones…
You can use the word "bahut", very, for all of the above phrases to emphasize that it’s not just cold or warm, but very cold or very warm. For example:
When talking about rain you can use the following expressions …
For a farmer rain might be all he needs, whereas a cricket team might be hoping for a sunny day. Here are some more general answers.
If you are planning to travel somewhere like Ladakh in autumn or winter you’ll definitely need to know the next two sentences! Let me assure you, there will be plenty of opportunities to use them.
Here are some more words that describe certain weather conditions…
That’s all for this lesson! The vocabulary you have just learned will be very easy to practice - you just need to walk outside and see what the weather is doing, then practice exclaiming loudly about the conditions in Hindi!
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