Talk About the Climate in Your Country IELTS Speaking Cue Card with Answer IELTS EXAM

Talk about the climate in your country IELTS speaking cue card with the answer you should say:

  • How hot or cold is the climate?
  • How much rain do you get?

Sample 1: Talk About the Climate in Your Country

I think the best word to describe the climate in my country would be “changeable” πŸ”„. In my country, the climate is very unpredictable 🌦️. One day, you can get glorious sunshine β˜€οΈ, then the next day, you might get hailstones and freezing wind β„οΈπŸŒ¬οΈ.

Even in the middle of summer, you can never rely on getting a good climate, as anybody who has organized an outdoor event in this country will know πŸŽͺ🌧️. Every year on the news, we see pop festivals that turn into muddy swamps due to heavy rain 🎡🌧️, or summer holidays at the seaside ruined by terrible weather πŸ–οΈπŸŒ©οΈ. But having said that, when the sun does decide to shine in this country, I could not think of a better place to be 🌞.

One thing that I like about the British climate is that we do not really get extremes of temperature as some other countries do 🌑️❌. The rain does sometimes get me down, especially if it continues for weeks without stopping 🌧️😞, and it often makes me feel reluctant to leave the house.

I would say that my favorite season of the year is spring 🌸, because, after a long, cold winter, the first signs of spring really lift your spirits 🌱🌈. When we have a heatwave in the summer, which sometimes can be for weeks on end, I love to go down to the coast where you can cool off in the sea or just enjoy the cool breeze coming from the sea πŸ–οΈπŸŒŠ.

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In the winter, I tend to stay indoors as much as possible because I hate the cold climate β„οΈπŸ . I think to have four very different seasons, as we do in the UK, is a good thing because it’s amazing to see how the countryside changes with the seasons πŸπŸŒ·πŸ‚β„οΈ. I think I would find it very strange to live near the equator where the climate is pretty much the same all year round πŸŒβ˜€οΈ.

Sample 2: Talk About the Climate in Your Country

Climate refers to the long-term atmospheric conditions 🌍. Indian weather and climate conditions are very diverse and can reach extremes. The climate of India is essentially a temperate one πŸŒžβ„οΈ.

India lies to the north of the Equator, so the southern part of India is usually much warmer than the rest of India πŸ”₯. Also, water bodies lie on three sides, thus giving some parts a coastal climate 🌊.

The weather in India changes now and then, thus giving the people much-needed relief from the extreme weather conditions 🌦️. We have four seasons based on the climate: summer β˜€οΈ, winter ❄️, autumn πŸ‚, and spring 🌸.

The duration of summer in India is from April to September. It is very hot in the summer months πŸ”₯. We have the monsoons during summer, which last from July to August 🌧️.

We have rains in the monsoon season, which brings some relief from the extreme heat of summer 🌈. The winters in India can get chilly ❄️. It becomes very cold from November to February πŸ₯Ά.

The northern part of India experiences harsh weather conditions, and the hilly areas experience temperatures below 0Β°C β„οΈπŸ”οΈ. Spring lasts from the end of February to the beginning of April.

It is very pleasant in the spring season 🌼. It marks the end of winter and the beginning of summer. Autumn lasts from the end of September to the beginning of November 🍁.

It marks the end of summer and the beginning of winter. The trees shed their leaves in autumn πŸ‚. My favorite season is spring. I fly kites in spring πŸͺ.

Follow-ups

  1. How do the different seasons affect the lifestyleΒ of people in your country?
  2. How do different seasons affect the way peopleΒ feel?
  3. How does the climate of a place affect the kind of buildings that are built there?
  4. Would you like to stay at home or go outside when the weather is great?
  5. Are there many sunny days in your hometown?
  6. Does it rain a lot in your hometown?
  7. Is there any part of your country where it doesn’t rain much?
  8. Does it rain much in your country? (Where? When?)

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