How to say ‘I’m not going to school tomorrow if it is snowing’, in Spanish?

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  • No voy a ir a la escuela mañana si está nevando.

    (I’m not going to go to school tomorrow if it snows)

    ^ That’s the more beginner way of saying it.

    No iré a la escuela mañana si está nevando.

    (I won’t go to school tomorrow if it snows)

    ^ More advance

    Si nieve mañana, no iré a la escuela.

    (If it snows, I won’t go to school)

    ^ Best way to say it.

  • School Tomorrow In Spanish

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    You are so cool! I live near you, I guess, because I have also gotten alot of snow today! My college shut down early today because of the snow, and I am hoping that it will snow more tonight so that I can have a snow day tomorrow! I also have a Spanish test tomorrow, and I have to study, and I am going to go do some of it soon. I hope you decide to study tonight too, ask me some questions if you want to! It is supposed to snow again tonight and also get down to about 10 degrees on the Pacific Northwest, so you have a good chance of no school! Good luck on your test! I bet you’ll do well!

  • No voy a la escuela mañana si está nevando

  • “no voy a ir a la escuela manana por que esta nevando”

  • “No voy a la escuela mañana si sigue nevando” or

    “No voy a la escuela mañana si cae nieve”

  • Very Carefully

  • I would not say this as it normally does NOT snow in Spain 😉

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