what do you think of it? give me some impression that sentence,and as all of us from different countries,i think you can give me its means in english .
and also can give me your own lauguage (your mother lanugage),i want to know more kinds languages about it,thanks!
Replying to [james-shao]:
Regarding the meaning, it is telling you that today there are white or grey clouds in the sky, and that tomorrow you'll see the bright sun. Your text is what we call "a weather forecast", that part of the news that tell you how the weather will be.
In German they would just very briefly say, "Heute bewölkt; morgen sonnig".
In Spanish it would be, "hoy nublado, mañana despejado".
Quoting from [james-shao]:
Replying to [germex]:yesterday ,i post the same meaning with chinese words,it is forbided by alibaba!
here i post it out,maybe you are interested in it !xianzai buhao ,bu dengyu mingtian bu hao!buyao fangqi!
oh you... So finally you found a pretext for posting something in Chinese, huh? - It was interesting though! What does this repetitive word "buhao" mean?