Questions about Rain

Rain is liquid precipitation: water falling from the sky. It’s a natural process that happens on Earth every day, and it’s a part of our ecosystem.

I love rainy days because they’re perfect for relaxing with a good book and hot tea, or going on an adventure to explore your community in a new way! If you think about it, rain has some pretty cool benefits like watering plants so they grow better and keeping us from overheating when the weather gets too warm.

Let’s explore more about what rain is all about and what it means for people with this series of interesting questions.

General Questions about Rain

These are some of the most interesting questions that people have about rain

  1. Do you like rainy days?
  2. When do you like rainy days?
  3. Do you like rainy days when you have to work?
  4. What do you usually do in rainy days?
  5. Does it rain a lot where you live?
  6. Do you find driving in rainy days more risky?
  7. Do you think rainy days affect people’s mood?
  8. Do you use an umbrella or raincoat in rainy days?
  9. Do you check the weather forecast when you leave home?

Scientific Questions about Rain

These are some questions that require a scientific explanation

  1. Can humans use through processes cause rain?
  2. What animals avoid the rain?
  3. What animals have adapted to the rain?
  4. What is acid rain?
  5. What causes acid rain?
  6. What are some of the effects of Acid Rain?
  7. How can Acid rain pollution be prevented?
  8. Where does it rain less in the world?
  9. Does rain makes you sick?
  10. Does Rain have a smell?
  11. Does Rain make allergies worse?

Articles about Rain

These are some articles to learn more about rain

#1Rain – National Geographic
#2What’s Acid Rain?
#3Effects of Acid Rain
#4How to Prevent Acid Rain Pollution
#5We Asked an Expert If the Rain Can Really Make You Sick
#6What are you actually smelling when it rains?
#7Why Rain Actually Makes Your Allergies Feel Worse, According to Doctors


It seems that for every person who likes rain, there’s one who doesn’t. We’re not sure why this is the case but it could have something to do with our preference for predictable weather patterns or just a genetic predisposition towards certain sensations like warmth and coolness.

What about you? Do you love rainy days? Rainy day lovers are more than welcome to recommend other questions so they can be included in the already existing list.

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Manuel Campos, English Professor

Manuel Campos

I am Jose Manuel, English professor and creator of, a blog whose mission is to share lessons for those who want to learn and improve their English