Describe your favourite season in your country. You should say:
- When that season is
- What the weather is like at that time of year
- How that season is different from other seasons
And why it is your favourite season.
Sample answer 1
I'm going to talk about my favourite season in Ho Chi Minh city which is the dry season. This season normally lasts from December to April and is hotter than the rainy season.
The average temperature during the dry season is around 35 degrees Celcius with less humidity. In the past, it barely has no rains in this season. However, due to the effect of climate changes in recent years, some unexpected short downpours may arise in dry season and in just several particular areas. It suddenly rains in one district, sunny in a different district and rains again in another district. Saigonese is always in a dilemma whether or not to put on their raincoat whenever it rains.
Having said that, I find the dry season of Ho Chi Minh City more bearable compared to the rainy season. First, regardless of the strong sunlight and heat, your schedule and clothes would not be ruined by heavy rains. Second, there would be no street floods, traffic jams and many other same kinds of inconvenience in the dry season. Finally, Vietnamese people have a habit of drying clothes outdoor, so wet laundry would dry faster on sunny days.
Based on the reasons just mentioned, I can tell the dry season in Ho Chi Minh City is my favourable one.
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Sample answer 2
My favourite season in England is winter. A typical English winter would last around 4 or 5 months between November and March, but when I say that I like the winter, I’m really thinking about the coldest month or two each year.
During those really wintry months, the temperature drops below zero and it often snows. Over the last few years, we’ve had periods of quite heavy snowfall, to the extent that roads have been blocked and schools have had to close. Last winter I remember looking out of the window one morning and seeing everything covered in a layer of white.
Obviously, the snow is what differentiates winter from the other seasons, but when it doesn’t snow there isn’t much difference between winter, autumn and spring; winter is just a bit colder.
The reason I’ve chosen winter as my favourite season is because I like the snow. I live near the countryside, and the landscape looks beautiful when everything is covered in white. We also celebrate Christmas and New Year in the winter, and these are my favourite festivals.
Câu trả lời của Mr Simon, nguồn: https://ielts-simon.com/ielts-help-and-english-pr/2013/09/ielts-speaking-part-2-favourite-season.html