Spanish Lesson: Expressing “Hot or Cold” in Spanish (Video)


Beginning Spanish students often get confused when expressing temperature because it is not as simple as in English. The terms change a lot depending on whether you are discussing an item, a person, or the weather. This short video will give you some guidance in this area.

If you would like to be notified of future blog posts, either subscribe to this blog or like us on Facebook: Two Expats Living in Mexico.

The Spanish lessons were created by the author of Functional Police Spanish, Paul Kurtzweil. Paul is a retired law enforcement officer who has been teaching Spanish for over 15 years.

During his law enforcement career, Paul conducted over 3000 work-related translations; did interviews on Spanish language television; conducted undercover operations entirely in Spanish; spoke as a guest at events hosted by the Mexican Consulate; and translated legal documents for use in the Spanish-speaking communities within his jurisdiction.

Nowadays, Paul lives in the Riviera Maya and helps his fellow expats learn the basics of the language.

4 Comments on "Spanish Lesson: Expressing “Hot or Cold” in Spanish (Video)"

  1. im currently taking Spanish lessons via Skype, my husband is not able to, due to his hours, how much and how are you teaching lessons

    • Hi Connie. The lessons are going to be in a either a video format or text with work sheets etc. All of the lessons will be posted to the blog and new lessons will be added regularly. This way your husband should be able to learn some Spanish at his own pace.

  2. Are these relatively recent posts? Starting from the end of May? I would like to catch up on any earlier ones if there are any…… either here or on Youtube. Can you clarify?

    I’m enjoying them quite a lot! Thank you.

Leave a Reply