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.


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Paul Kurtzweil (Q-Roo Paul) is a former lieutenant from the Polk County Sheriff's Office in Florida. During his 25-year career, he received numerous commendations to include two of the agency's top honors: a Meritorious Service Medal and a Medal of Valor. In 2015, Paul retired and moved to Mexico with his wife. He now spends his days enjoying the Riviera Maya and blogging from the beach.

6 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.

  3. I seriously can’t believe these aren’t popular! I’m currently enrolled in night school spanish classes, 3 hours once a week, these lessons are far superior to my night classes. Your lessons are organized and concise.
    I as well am enjoying them immensely!

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