En Argentina no decimos "hace sol" o "hace viento", decimos "hay sol" y "hay viento". Para el resto sí usamos "hace": hace frío, hace calor.
Isnt 'sol' sun? Im confuzled
Sol is "sun", yes. When talking about weather, Spanish usually goes for "Hace [noun]."
Yes. The sentence translates literally to:
Does it make (the) sun today?
Why not soleado?
Wondering the same thing. I ended up going with "Is there sun today?" because I wasn't sure if they wanted me to note that difference. Incidentally, what I put is not accepted.