I wrote "Холодно на улице и снег идет." and it was marked incorrect. I'm not sure if the word order renders the sentence incorrect or not. Что вы думаете?
I think it's correct. You should report it.
This would probably be understood by a native speaker, but I've never seen this wording for a phrase like this.
When did we learn that улицы meant outside?!
улица means street and на улице means outside.
How would you differenciate between 'outside' and 'on the street'?
Context. Also, if you really want to make sure you are talking about a street and not about outside, you can always add the street's name, or say "на дороге" instead of "на улице".
на улице also means on the street.
Why is идёт used here
снег is just a noun. They don't have a verb "to snow" so instead they say "snow is falling" (идёт снег), which perhaps is better translated as "snow is falling".
I am also confused about this word placement.
I would also like to know
How do you say "outside" if you are in the middle of the countryside and there are no streets?
Earlier we were told that 'ulitse' meant 'street' not 'outside'. Please explain.
It would appear that Russian generalises на улице (literally "on the street") to mean all of outside/outdoors.
I wrote: "это холодно на улице и снег идёт" and it called it incorrect.
I'm not seeing the distinction.
"Это" can't be used when we are talking about the weather. "Это холодно" means "this is cold".
Why is it incorrect to put «а»?
I suppose it's hard to see where the contrast is between the two clauses.
Like we can say на улице холодно,а снег идет but it will mean(there is cold outside but snow is falling),different meaning
Снару́жи хо́лодно и идёт снег. - This one is correct as well.
На дворе́ хо́лодно и идёт снег. - Reported.
Is it possible to say "холодно на улице и идёт снег"? Thank you
Why is "на дворе..." not accepted ?
Is а instead of и in a sentence like this really wrong?