A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. Do you like rain? Why or why not?
  2. What do you wear on a rainy day?
  3. What sounds does rain make?
  4. Can you name things that get wet in the rain?
  5. What activities can you do inside when it rains?
  6. How does rain help plants?
  7. Do you use an umbrella when it rains?
  8. What colors are raincoats?
  9. Have you ever jumped in a puddle?
  10. What animals like the rain?
  11. Can you draw a rainy day?
  12. What do you eat on a rainy day?
  13. How does rain make you feel?
  14. What do you see in the sky during rain?
  15. Do you know any songs about rain?
  16. What happens to rivers when it rains a lot?
  17. Have you seen a rainbow? When?
  18. Do cars drive differently in the rain?
  19. What should you not do during a thunderstorm?
  20. How do you dry off after getting wet in the rain?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. Describe your perfect rainy day.
  2. How does rain impact the environment?
  3. What are the benefits of rain to the earth?
  4. Discuss the concept of acid rain and its effects.
  5. How does rain influence agriculture?
  6. Compare rain in your country to rain in other countries.
  7. What are some safety tips for driving in the rain?
  8. How do different cultures view rain?
  9. Describe the smell of rain. What causes it?
  10. What are some problems caused by too much rain?
  11. How do you feel about thunder and lightning?
  12. What types of clothes are best for rainy weather?
  13. How can rain change outdoor plans?
  14. What are some words or phrases to describe rain?
  15. How do cities manage heavy rain and flooding?
  16. Discuss the importance of rain in water supply.
  17. How do you stay active on rainy days?
  18. What are some traditional rainy day foods in your culture?
  19. How does rain affect animals and wildlife?
  20. What are some popular rainy day activities?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Analyze the role of rain in maintaining natural ecosystems.
  2. Discuss the psychological effects of rainy weather on humans.
  3. How does climate change affect rainfall patterns globally?
  4. Explore the significance of rain in literature and film.
  5. Compare the efficiency of different rainwater harvesting methods.
  6. Discuss the challenges of urban drainage systems during heavy rainfall.
  7. How do seasonal rains, like monsoons, impact communities?
  8. Explore the symbolism of rain in various cultural contexts.
  9. Discuss the impact of rain on outdoor sports and events.
  10. How can technology help predict and manage the effects of rain?
  11. Analyze the economic impact of rain on tourism.
  12. Discuss the role of rain in renewable energy sources.
  13. How does rain influence fashion and design?
  14. Explore the relationship between rain and air quality.
  15. How do rainy seasons affect transportation and logistics?
  16. Discuss the concept of “rainy day” savings in personal finance.
  17. How can communities prepare for and mitigate flood risks?
  18. Explore the impact of rain on historical and archaeological sites.
  19. Discuss the importance of rain in storytelling and mythology.
  20. How does rain affect the mood and ambiance of a place?

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Critique the portrayal of rain in various art forms.
  2. Discuss the philosophical implications of rain as a metaphor for renewal.
  3. Analyze the socio-economic consequences of changing rainfall patterns.
  4. Explore the role of rain in sustainable agriculture practices.
  5. Discuss the interplay between rain, human behavior, and urban planning.
  6. Examine the effects of rain on mental health and well-being.
  7. Analyze the impact of rain on historical climate change events.
  8. Discuss the integration of green infrastructure to manage stormwater.
  9. Explore the ethical considerations of weather modification technologies.
  10. Discuss the influence of rain on the development of civilizations.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Debate the implications of rain in the context of global water scarcity.
  2. Analyze the role of precipitation in geochemical cycles.
  3. Critically evaluate the representation of rain in global media.
  4. Discuss the philosophical notions of rain in existential thought.
  5. Analyze the impact of extreme rainfall events on geopolitical stability.
  6. Explore the nexus between rain, culture, and identity in specific regions.
  7. Debate the effectiveness of international policies on climate change and rain.
  8. Critically assess the role of rain in shaping human history and migration.
  9. Discuss the influence of rain on linguistic expressions across cultures.
  10. Analyze the future of hydrometeorology in predicting extreme weather events.