BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 30th September

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 30th September


BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 30th September
BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 30th September



What is your full name?

My name is Rajandeep Kaur.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Rajandeep.      

What is climate of your country?

The climate of my country is hot. From early March up to October, it very hot. In between there is the monsoon season also but during that period also in was hot and humid.

How many seasons are there in your country?

In my country there are so many season –

Winter (from November to early February)

Spring (from February to early Match)

Summer (from late march to jump)

Monsoon (from July to August) and

Autumn (from September to October).

Which season do like the more?

I like the winter season the most. In this season you can wear the best clothes, there are no serious diseases, you can enjoy long nights, there is no nuisance created by mosquitoes and file and above all there are fewer power-cuts.

 Do you like the climate of your country?

I am thankful to God to bless me with a variety of seasons. All these seasons provide you a rich variety of foods, vegetables and fruits. This variety makes the people capable to face all there weather conditions of the world.

Do you think weather affects a person’s mood?

Yes, weather plays vital role in the mood of the people. In the winter season the people are usually inactive; in summer season the mood of the people becomes active and aggressive, in spring season the people become romantic and enthusiastic and in autumn season the people become sad and pessimist.

What are the problems faced by the climate of your country?

These days pollution is the major threat to the climate. Pollution causes global warming and irregular monsoons. Somewhere there are foods and somewhere there are droughts. The existence of the people is at stake.


Describe a time when weather changed your plan

– When this happened

– What plans you had to cancel

– What kind of weather you experienced

– What did you do instead, after the weather made you change your plan?


There have been many instances in my life when I have had to change my plans because of the weather. Where I live, sudden weather changes don’t usually happen, but in some months we randomly get a few days of clear skies and a few days of thunderstorms and rains. One such instance I would like to discuss here is a time from many years ago. It was the last day of college, before Diwali. During Diwali we used to get a long 10 day break from classes. So, most of us would usually go out of town with our families.

However, my friends and I had planned to leave for our vacations after a day or two. So, on the day before Diwali breaks begun, we made plans to visit a nearby bird sanctuary, called Thol. This sanctuary is located about an hour away from the city by car.

One of my mornings all prepped up to bunk the last lecture. Our picnic baskets were packed and waiting in the back of his jeep, and we were getting restless through the entire day. Early in the morning, the weather has seemed perfect for such an outing. However, by the time we decided to make a move, the skies became overcast. We ignored this slight alteration in weather and continued on our journey. About fifteen minutes after we had hit the road, however, it started drizzling, then raining a little fast, and then pouring cats and dogs. There was no point driving all the way to Thol in such weather. Further, it was not even safe.

But, instead of feeling upset, we simply parked the car, got off, and let the rains drench us to the bone. Such showers have always been welcomed by people in my city, even if they are unseasonal, because most of the year, the city stays very hot. We were no exception to the rule. In a few minutes hawkers selling freshly roasted corn and deep fried lentil fritters started crowding the sidewalks, as was the norm. My friend and I queued up and helped ourselves to the classic monsoon munchies, while still getting wet in the rains. After spending a few hours in the rains, my friend dropped us all home, and tried yet satisfied, we called it a day.


Where can people get weather reports from?

People can get weather reports from daily newspapers, the television, and the internet. These days, people often get up to date weather reports from mobile weather apps, too.

How do weather reports affect people’s lives?

Weather reports help people their outings and trips. They help people decide when to and when not to schedule important meetings. Further, weather reports help safeguards people by giving timely information regarding the possibility of extreme weather conditions. On rainy days, weather reports act as reminders to us, to carry our raincoats and umbrellas.

What do people do on rainy days and sunny days?

On rainy days, people get drenched in the rains, go for long drives, enjoy monsoon-specific street foods, and listen to melodious nostalgic music if they are stuck in traffic jams. Roads often get waterlogged so offices and schools remain shutting, giving people surprise holidays at times. On sunny days, people wear reflective pastel colored clothes in comfortable materials like cotton and linen, set out on picnics with their family members and friends, and goes out window shopping. They also enjoy ice creams and ice lollies, which are very popular in my city.


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