Search

Hail

English: Hail

French: Grêle


Just to cover our bases for weather, let’s talk quickly about hail.


Hail=Grêle (f)


Hail is uncommon and even when it does fall, it’s usually very short-lived. Therefore, your pilots will rarely get the chance to announce that it’s hailing. They may say that there’s reports of hail in the area. As a flight attendant, you also won’t need to translate this very often either. Though if the occasion does arise, you can say that “it’s hailing.”


Grêler=To hail

Using "il" as an impersonal pronoun again, we can follow the same pattern as "il pleut" and "il neige" (it's raining, it's snowing).

Il grêle=It’s hailing

Want to learn to speak the French you need to work as a flight attendant? Learn even more with Canadian French for Flight Attendants.

Special pre-launch price or Module 1 (French basics) and Module 2 (French for flight attendant French tests).


www.facebook.com/frenchforflightattendants

Flight Attendant Souvenirs. Souvenirs d’un agent de bord. Hong Kong 2014. Well, as expected, Hong Kong is a big, densely-populated city. Taking the ferry between the mainland and the island is cheap, easy, and offers a great view of the skyline. Taking the cable car up on the island offers great views as well.



Recent Posts

See All