Il fait trop chaud pour une sauce bolognaise !

CatherineB1Kwiziq community member

Il fait trop chaud pour une sauce bolognaise !

...avec un peu d'oignon et d'ail. -  Il fait trop chaud pour une sauce bolognaise !


In this sentence, the word 'chaud' is referring the warm temperature outside, or does it mean spicy? as the words onion and garlic were mentioned preceding this. 

Does the word 'chaud' means spicy as well as high in temperature just like in english?

Asked 11 months ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Catherine,

With the verb 'faire' it is the weather we are talking about.

If you wanted to say something is too spicy you would have to say -

C'est trop épicé...

Bonne Continuation!

AnishB2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

The weather is too hot for eating something spicy. 

That's what they meant. "Il fait" refers to the weather

Il fait trop chaud pour une sauce bolognaise !

...avec un peu d'oignon et d'ail. -  Il fait trop chaud pour une sauce bolognaise !


In this sentence, the word 'chaud' is referring the warm temperature outside, or does it mean spicy? as the words onion and garlic were mentioned preceding this. 

Does the word 'chaud' means spicy as well as high in temperature just like in english?

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