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How do you say

"It was"

in spanish'

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updated MAY 16, 2008
posted by Gemma-Summers2

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updated MAY 16, 2008
posted by tracy2
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Thank you!!!

updated ENE 5, 2008
posted by Gemma-Summers2
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Well you can also use past tense (preterito) of Ser or Estar which mean to be.

Fue or Estuvo

In this case it would be - Estuvo caliente. Which would literally mean - It was hot. But the answer by Cayetano A. Aragüés is better since for describing weather, you use the verb Hacer.

updated ENE 5, 2008
posted by Vijay
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The weather was very hot.

The following would be an acceptable, simple translation:

Hacía mucho calor.

But please note that here you don't use the literal translation of "it was". If you want to use it you can say:

El calor era insoportable.

But I would say that is advanced Spanish.

Hope it helps

updated ENE 5, 2008
posted by Cayetano-A-Arags
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Well i need to say that the weather was very hot, but different websites give me different answers. Also, im still in school so it cant be really advanced spanish.

updated ENE 5, 2008
posted by Gemma-Summers2
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I can help, but there are several ways to say it. Can you give more context'

updated ENE 4, 2008
posted by Cherry
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