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The weather's rather jolly today.
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Sentence #242906

The weather's rather jolly today.

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Heute ist das Wetter wirklich angenehm.
Le temps est plutôt radieux aujourd'hui.
Oggi il tempo è piuttosto radioso.
今日[きょう] は[] 随分[ずいぶん] 気持ち[きもち] の[] いい[] 天気[てんき] だ[] 。[]
The weather is just right today.
The weather is perfect today.
La vetero agrabletas hodiaŭ.
C'est un temps plutôt radieux aujourd'hui.
Pogodę dzisiaj mamy doprawdy przyjemną.


May 26th 2011, 15:36
As a sentence it is fine, but maybe a little strange as an example. It sounds a bit like 1920's English. Maybe something that Bertie Wooster might say. probably "I say Finknottle, the weather's rather jolly today, what!"
Normally I think you'd say: "The weather's fine today." or "The weather is really nice today." (closer to the linked Japanese sentence)

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