Q1:What kind of weather do you generally prefer?[Why?]
I mostly prefer cool and dry weather that is most common during spring or autumn. Hot weather makes me feel sweaty and cold weather forces me to tremble and bundle up. Moderate temperatures enable me to wear comfortable clothing and it is delightful to go outdoors to spend time with my friends or even play sports.
sweaty [ˈsweti] adj. 出汗的
tremble [ˈtrembl] vi. 颤抖
bundle up 穿得舒适暖和
Q2:Would you like to visit a place that is extremely hot? [Why/ Why not?]
It is not my first choice to travel to a destination that has extremely high temperatures. Initially, intensely hot and humid weather makes me feel sluggish and sweaty, which is absolutely uncomfortable. It could also lead to dizziness or nausea, and in more extreme cases dehydration, which are all unpleasant sensations.
initially [ɪˈnɪʃəli] adv. 首先 firstly, originally
intensely [ɪnˈtensli] adv. 极度地
sluggish [ˈslʌɡɪʃ] adj. 行动迟缓的，懒散的
dizziness [ˈdɪzɪnəs] n. 头晕
nausea [ˈnɔːzɪə] n. 恶心，反胃
dehydration [ˌdiːhaɪˈdreɪʃn] n. 脱水
sensation [senˈseɪʃn] n. 感受
Q3:Do some kinds of weather make you feel different? [Why/Why not?]
Sunny weather makes me feel more optimistic and it is easier to have a positive state of mind. On the contrary, rainy, snowy and gloomy weather influences my mood and I tend to feel more pessimistic during these situations. Windy days make me want to stay inside, whereas cool and bright weather persuades me to go out to enjoy the fresh air.
gloomy [ˈɡluːmi] adj. 阴沉的，昏暗的
pessimistic [ˌpesɪˈmɪstɪk] adj. 悲观的