Why can't we say Hi! and why can't we say, - it's fresh? We do sometimes say that in the UK, though mostly it would be 'It's cold 'or 'freezing'.
I agree - it is fresh even it is chilly which is the translation given by WordRef:
Yes, I'd forgotten about 'chilly'. That would be most common when the weather changes from summer - when we actually get one - to autumn, when it starts to become cold. I think 'It's cool.' is less likely.
I know we're supposed to figure out the context, but "il fait" does not translate as "the weather".
How do you say: "The weather is cold"?
Our peut etre, il fait glacial.
Our même , il fait in froid de canard ou il fait in soleil de plomb. Les francais sont tres poetique n'est pas?
En angliterre nous disons " brass monkey weather" which is short for cold enough to freeze the balls of a brass monkey. This isn't as rude as it sounds, it's something to do with cannon balls having a prepensity to fall of their stand ( the monkey) in very cold weather.
It is quite acceptable in English to say the weather is fresh. DL should accept this. Reported.
Bonjour = "Good day, Good morning" but, I agree, also "Hello". However . frais = "cool, fresh, chilly" whereas froid = "cold".
I'm kind of confused on what to use before the different weather types. (e.g. il y a, du temps, and c'est) Is there some sort of pattern that could be followed?
No, sorry, it's not the same as mild. 'Mild would be warmer than 'fresh/chilly'. ( Unless you're comparing cold temperatures, e.g. " At least it's milder than yesterday." when yesterday was freezing and today is just cold. But that's just complicating things.)
I know i might be crazy qnd that for others it is simple, but for some reason it is hard for me to pronounce "frais". Since i am not a native French speaker (obviously) im not even sure if the audio is correct. Does anyone have any tips for learning how to pronounce this? Is this audio even right?
Not sure why it wouldn't accept "Hello it is cold out" To me adding the "out" it says the same thing.
Bonjour is Hello. It is a general daily greeting. It doesn't mean good morning