You must have a diverse vocabulary to do well on IELTS.

This is especially important when it comes to the IELTS Speaking Test.

In today’s video lesson with former IELTS Examiner Jessica Beck you are going to learn Band 9 IELTS Vocabulary to describe cold weather.

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You are often asked about weather and the seasons on IELTS in Speaking Part 1 so you need to be prepared. In Speaking Part 1 you will tend to see simple topics.

You might get a question about your apartment, your job, your daily habits, or other things. Go here to learn why you should get casual in your Speaking Part 1 answers.

Check out Episode 305 of the IELTS Energy Podcast for more detail on the seasons and IELTS. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast.

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IELTS Vocabulary for weather

  • Blustery: This describes a windy day. The wind is blowing hard and it might be cold outside.
  • Nippy: This is a nice informal way to say that it is cold out.
  • Frigid: This is an extreme term. It is more formal. It means that it is really cold or freezing outside.

Elevate your IELTS weather vocabulary

A high-level way to talk about the weather is to talk about how it makes you feel. Don’t just learn single vocabulary words.

Learn phrases and structures that will help you be more descriptive for the Examiner.

This kind of skill will get you that 9 that you are striving for.

  • “It makes me want to curl up on the couch with a good book.”
  • “It makes me want to hunker down inside with some popcorn and movies and just relax.”

Takeaway

When it comes to preparing for IELTS Speaking Part 1, you need to be ready to immediately impress the Examiner.

Weather is a topic that comes up all of the time so it would be a smart use of your time to learn some of these words and phrases.

Go beyond just the words and learn the phrases to describe a feeling that the weather creates.

Also, check out this episode on how to spice up your normal weather conversations to make them more interesting.

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