Anonymous asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 2 months ago

How do I say "There is a heatwave" in French. Thank you very much.?

Would it be any different if I said "The weather is hot because there is a heatwave?


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  • 2 months ago
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    As a native French person, I say it like that:

    '' Il y a une vague de chaleur ''


    '' Il y a une canicule ''. Or again: '' Il y a la canicule ''

    Otherwise to say: '' Le temps est chaud car / parce qu'il y a une vague de chaleur ( or: Une / la canicule) '', is more precise than say simply: 

    '' Il y a une vague de chaleur / canicule). However it means the same thing in French.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    I think that help!

    «Il y a une canicule (Vague De Chaleur)  » «Le temps est chaud parce qu'il y a une canicule?

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