Describe a natural disaster in your area IELTS cue card

IELTS Speaking Part 2: IELTS Cue Card

Describe a natural disaster in your area.

You should say:
What it was?
When it was?
What exactly happened?
How it affected your area?

Note: You will have to talk about the topic for one to two minutes. You have one minute to think about what you are going to say. You can make some notes to help you if you wish.

Model Answers and follow up questions to describe a natural disaster in your area IELTS cue card:

Model Answer:

Introduction: and When it was? 
Well, due to global warming natural disasters are becoming quite frequent and unfortunately, my region got affected by the same two years ago. 

What it was? 
The area got adversely affected as there was a flood-like situation that I can never forget. 

What exactly happened? and How it affected your area?
Actually, during the monsoon season, my country receives heavy rainfall and people eagerly wait for it to get relief from the scorching heat of summers. But that year it rained more than expected it continuously rained for almost a week. I vividly remember, people were so happy about the rain initially but soon we realized that it is a kind of disaster and the administration declared an emergency. 

People were trapped in their homes there was water all around it got clogged on streets and roads and because of that transportation got badly affected people were not able to move anywhere. Everyone was literally scared and they were praying to God. People were checking weather updates on television. 

Unluckily, due to thunderstorms the power also went off which created more fear among people. Now, due to heavy rain, the water started to enter the houses especially in low-lying areas and it primarily happened because the sewage maintenance work was not done in time and thousands of people in the area got affected by it. 

Thankfully for the safety of the people administration ran a rescue operation and people were moved to a safer place. Fortunately, on the fifth day the rains slowed down and we all were thankful to God. Soon the situation started to get better in terms of drainage of rainwater, restoration of power supply and others. 

Conclusion:
The best thing was that there was no major loss except some loss of property. Overall, it was quite a dreadful experience that I can never forget. 

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Describe a natural disaster in your area IELTS Cue card

Describe a natural disaster in your area IELTS cue card

Introduction: and When it was? 
Well, due to global warming natural disasters are becoming quite frequent and unfortunately, my region got affected by the same two years ago. 
What it was? 
The area got adversely affected as there was a flood-like situation that I can never forget. 
What exactly happened? and How it affected your area?
Actually, during the monsoon season, my country receives heavy rainfall and people eagerly wait for it to get relief from the scorching heat of summers. But that year it rained more than expected it continuously rained for almost a week. I vividly remember, people were so happy about the rain initially but soon we realized that it is a kind of disaster and the administration declared an emergency. 
People were trapped in their homes there was water all around it got clogged on streets and roads and because of that transportation got badly affected people were not able to move anywhere. Everyone was literally scared and they were praying to God. People were checking weather updates on television. 
Unluckily, due to thunderstorms the power also went off which created more fear among people. Now, due to heavy rain, the water started to enter the houses especially in low-lying areas and it primarily happened because the sewage maintenance work was not done in time and thousands of people in the area got affected by it. 
Thankfully for the safety of the people administration ran a rescue operation and people were moved to a safer place. Fortunately, on the fifth day the rains slowed down and we all were thankful to God. Soon the situation started to get better in terms of drainage of rainwater, restoration of power supply and others. 
Conclusion:
The best thing was that there was no major loss except some loss of property. Overall, it was quite a dreadful experience that I can never forget.