Speaking Follow up Questions Favorite Weather IELTS EXAM

Speaking Follow up Questions Favorite weather. These are the IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topics and Questions on general topics about your life. Your answers will be from your life and experience.

Sample Answers: Speaking Follow up Questions Favorite Weather

Question: Do you often pay attention to the weather forecast?

Yes, I pay attention to the weather forecast on a regular basis. The reason is I travel a lot, and it becomes necessary to know about the weather in advance to be prepared. Also, climate change has made the weather unpredictable. It sometimes rains even in the dry season as such knowing the weather on a day-to-day basis has become necessary.

Question: How does the weather affect people’s daily lives?

People prefer to stay indoors on hot sunny days or rainy days and go out for picnics on pleasant days. Also, there are things we like to eat in certain weather – for example, fritters on rainy days, ice creams on warm days, etc. It also affects the clothing patterns. People wear light-colored loose cotton dresses in summer and dark, warm clothes in cold weather.

Question: Why do some people dislike some kinds of weather?

I think it’s because the weather can limit people’s activities. If the weather restricts people from enjoying their favorite activity, it can make them dislike that weather. My friend hates rainy days because he likes to play cricket and he can’t do that because of the rain.

Question: Does the weather have an effect on the economy?

Yes, weather affects our economy. For example, due to milder winters, a lot of people from cold northern countries visit us during that time. Thus, it promotes tourism. Also, certain weather like hot sunny days boosts the earnings of local ice cream vendors. Similarly, winters boost the jackets and sweaters industry.

Question: In your country, are there any differences in economic activity in the different seasons?

There are differences in certain economic activities. For example, the warm clothes’ industry gets a boost in the winter season. Similarly, farming is also dependent upon seasons – certain crops like rice are grown in summer whereas others like wheat in winter.

Question: Are there any festivals in your country related to a season?

Many festivals are related to seasons. For example, Baisakhi celebrates the onset of spring and the harvest season. Teej in Punjab celebrates monsoon. Seasons affect agriculture, they determine the sowing and harvest period and many festivals are linked to agriculture and thus seasons.

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