"Sorry, it is snowing."
Translation:Désolé, il neige.
How do i know when to use 'il', 'il y a', or 'il fait' when talking about the weather?
'Il y a' means there is. So 'il y a du soleil' would literally translate into 'There is sun', which means 'it is sunny'. Mean while, 'il fait' means 'It does' ('he does'), but in this case we use it for things like whether the weather is good or bad, and the temperature. 'Il fait chaud' means 'it is hot' and 'Il fait beau' means 'the weather is nice'.
I feel like "pardon" should be as good as "désolé" here, but it wasn't accepted.
Why is "I'm sorry" correct in this sentence, but "I agree" is incorrect in "D'accord. Il fait chaud"? They both omit the subject, but in the "D'accord" sentence only "Agreed" is accepted.