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ESL forum > Grammar and Linguistics > such bad weather or such a bad weather     

such bad weather or such a bad weather



Panteleimon
Greece

such bad weather or such a bad weather
 
what is correct
such bad weather
or such a bad weather?

I think the first you,?

7 Sep 2010      





anitarobi
Croatia

We īre having such bad weather! because weather is uncountable!

7 Sep 2010     



libertybelle
United States

It might depend on the context . but if we īre having bad weather -
I īd say - "What bad weather we īre having".

(and old Estonian saying:  There is no such thing as bad weather, only wrong clothing!

(Usually we say the weather is lousy)

7 Sep 2010     



vickyvar
Greece

I agree with anitarobi! The word weather is uncountable and uncountable nouns do not take the indefinite article.
Other examples: such valuable information, such heavy luggage, such good advice...

7 Sep 2010     



Panteleimon
Greece

agree too

7 Sep 2010