A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What is your favorite book?
  2. Do you prefer fiction or non-fiction books? Why?
  3. How often do you go to the library?
  4. What kind of stories do you like?
  5. Can you describe the book you are currently reading?
  6. Who is your favorite author?
  7. Do you like reading books in English?
  8. How do you choose a book to read?
  9. Have you ever read a book more than once? Which one?
  10. Do you prefer paper books or e-books?
  11. What was the last book you read?
  12. Can you tell a story from a book you like?
  13. What book would you recommend to a friend?
  14. Do you like to read books based on true stories?
  15. Have you ever read a book that made you laugh?
  16. What book did you read at school that you liked?
  17. Do you like to read before bedtime?
  18. Have you ever written a story?
  19. Do you read books in other languages?
  20. What is the longest book you have read?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. How do books influence our lives?
  2. Do you think reading habits are changing because of technology?
  3. What makes a book a bestseller, in your opinion?
  4. How do you feel about movie adaptations of books?
  5. Can you compare two books you have read recently?
  6. What genres do you think are most popular today?
  7. How do books reflect cultural differences?
  8. What do you think about self-help books?
  9. Do you think reading is important for learning a language?
  10. Have you ever been disappointed by a book’s ending?
  11. What’s your opinion on classic literature?
  12. Do you participate in book clubs or reading groups?
  13. How does the setting of a story affect your interest in a book?
  14. What are the qualities of a good writer?
  15. Can you describe a memorable character from a book?
  16. How do you think reading preferences change with age?
  17. Do you prefer standalone books or series?
  18. What book has significantly impacted your thoughts or beliefs?
  19. How do you find book recommendations?
  20. What is the role of illustrations in books?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Discuss the relevance of historical fiction in understanding history.
  2. How can reading diverse authors expand our worldview?
  3. What are the benefits and drawbacks of digital books compared to physical books?
  4. Discuss the concept of banned books and censorship in literature.
  5. How does the narrative style influence your engagement with a book?
  6. Can a book change societal opinions or trends?
  7. What are the key elements that make a mystery novel engaging?
  8. How do authors effectively build suspense in a story?
  9. Discuss the importance of book reviews and their influence on readers.
  10. How does contemporary literature differ from classical literature?
  11. What role do book covers play in your selection of a book?
  12. How do environmental themes in literature raise awareness?
  13. Discuss the impact of autobiographies and memoirs.
  14. Can fiction be as informative as non-fiction?
  15. What are the challenges of translating books into different languages?
  16. How do authors use symbolism in literature?
  17. Discuss the role of anti-heroes in modern literature.
  18. How does literature contribute to educational development?
  19. What are the ethical considerations in true crime books?
  20. How do literary awards affect the perception of a book?

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Analyze the evolution of a particular genre over time.
  2. Discuss the intersection of literature and politics.
  3. How do literary devices enhance a narrative?
  4. What is the significance of intertextuality in literature?
  5. Discuss the concept of the unreliable narrator in literature.
  6. How does postmodern literature challenge traditional narratives?
  7. Analyze the role of allegory in conveying complex ideas.
  8. Discuss the impact of cultural context on the interpretation of a book.
  9. How does literature reflect societal changes and challenges?
  10. What is the role of experimental writing in contemporary literature?

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Critique the representation of marginalized communities in literature.
  2. Discuss the role of literature in shaping national identity.
  3. Analyze the effectiveness of satire in critiquing societal issues.
  4. Explore the concept of metafiction and its purpose in literature.
  5. Discuss the influence of postcolonial literature on global perspectives.
  6. Examine the use of magical realism in conveying reality.
  7. Debate the merits and limitations of literary canon.
  8. Analyze how contemporary writers reinterpret classical myths.
  9. Explore the relationship between existential themes and literature.
  10. Critique the portrayal of technology and its impact in futuristic literature.