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storm tempĂȘte
How to say “storm” in French? “TempĂȘte”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “tempĂȘte” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on storm in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the French word ‘tempĂȘte’:
– Associate the word ‘tempĂȘte’ with a storm you’ve experienced, imagining the powerful wind and rain in French imagery.
– The word ‘tempĂȘte’ sounds somewhat similar to ‘tempest,’ an English word that also means a violent storm. This can serve as a mnemonic device.
– Break down the word: ‘temp’ could remind you of ‘temporal’ or ‘temporary,’ like the fleeting nature of a storm, and ‘ĂȘte’ could be remembered by thinking of ‘ĂȘte’ as a homophone for ‘ĂȘtre,’ meaning ‘to be’ in French, as in a storm is being tempestuous.

– ‘TempĂȘte’ is the French noun for a significant disturbance in the atmosphere, especially one involving severe weather conditions characterized by strong winds and usually rain, thunder, lightning, or snow.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ‘Orage’ – specifically refers to a thunderstorm.
– ‘Ouragan’ – used for hurricane, typically in the context of tropical storms.
– ‘Cyclone’ – another word for hurricanes or typhoons, depending on the region.
– ‘Tornade’ – means tornado, a violently rotating column of air.

Alternate meanings/slang:
– ‘TempĂȘte’ can also figuratively mean a tumultuous situation or an emotional outburst akin to a storm. It is also used in phrases like “tempĂȘte de cerveau,” which is the French equivalent of “brainstorm.”
– ‘TempĂȘte’ in colloquial usage can refer to a great commotion or disturbance, such as a heated argument or a chaotic event.

Examples of sentences:
– “La tempĂȘte a causĂ© de nombreux dĂ©gĂąts dans le village.” – The storm caused a lot of damage in the village.
– “Nous avons naviguĂ© Ă  travers une tempĂȘte effroyable.” – We sailed through a terrible storm.
– “Il est difficile de rester calme au milieu de cette tempĂȘte Ă©motionnelle.” – It is difficult to stay calm in the middle of this emotional storm.
– “Une tempĂȘte de neige approche; il vaut mieux rester chez soi.” – A snowstorm is approaching; it’s better to stay home.

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