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  1. Romana's Avatar

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    article+uncountable noun wheater

    will you please help me out to solve this problem:
    the weather is beautiful. You say: What (A) beautiful wheather.
    is it ok if a is there or it shouldnt be? thank you for your answer.

  2. Casiopea's Avatar

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    Re: article+uncountable noun wheater

    EX: The weather (today) is beautiful. What beautiful weather (we are having).

    All the best.

  3. BobK's Avatar
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    Re: article+uncountable noun wheater

    Or just 'What a beautiful day' - the 'beautiful' is very likely to refer to the weather (I don't think you'd use those words if you meant 'lucky' or 'happy'.)


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