[MUSIC] When we're talking about the weather, we're going to use the expression hace, followed by a series of nouns that have to do with the weather, like hace sol, hace calor. Hace frio, hace viento, it's windy. Hace buen tiempo, it's good weather. Hace mal tiempo, it's terrible weather. We always use an impersonal form,
hace, it doesn't change. So let's look at some more examples. Hace mucho calor in Merida,
it's really hot in Merida. Hace buen tiempo en Mexico porque hace mucho sol. Mexico has very good weather because there's always a lot of sun. Cuando hace viento, siempre estoy molesto. Whenever it's windy,
I'm always a bit annoyed. Hace mucho frio en mi casa, it's very cold in my house. The form hace never changes.