A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What is your favorite cartoon and why?
  2. Do you prefer funny cartoons or adventure cartoons?
  3. Which cartoon character do you like the most?
  4. Do you watch cartoons on TV or online?
  5. How often do you watch cartoons?
  6. What was your favorite cartoon when you were younger?
  7. Do you think cartoons are only for children? Why or why not?
  8. Can you describe a funny moment from a cartoon?
  9. What kind of animals do you see in cartoons?
  10. Do you like to draw cartoon characters?
  11. Have you ever watched a cartoon in another language?
  12. Do cartoons make you laugh? Can you give an example?
  13. Do you prefer watching cartoons alone or with others?
  14. What lessons can we learn from cartoons?
  15. Are the cartoons from your country different from others?
  16. Do you think watching cartoons is a good way to learn English?
  17. What do you think about superheroes in cartoons?
  18. Can you describe the last cartoon you watched?
  19. Have you ever dressed up as a cartoon character?
  20. What would you do if you were in a cartoon?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. Discuss how cartoons have changed from the past to now.
  2. What makes a cartoon successful and popular?
  3. Do you think cartoons should teach moral lessons?
  4. How do cartoons represent different cultures?
  5. Share your thoughts on violence in cartoons.
  6. Why do you think adults also enjoy cartoons?
  7. Discuss the role of music in cartoons.
  8. How do cartoons affect children’s behavior?
  9. Compare a cartoon from your country with an international one.
  10. What do you think about the art style in different cartoons?
  11. Discuss the representation of family in cartoons.
  12. How do cartoons address real-world issues?
  13. What is your opinion on remakes of classic cartoons?
  14. Discuss the importance of voice actors in cartoons.
  15. How do cartoons influence fashion and merchandise?
  16. What are the challenges of creating a cartoon?
  17. Discuss the use of humor in cartoons.
  18. How do cartoons portray friendship and teamwork?
  19. Share your thoughts on the educational value of cartoons.
  20. What do you think about the diversity in cartoons?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Analyze the impact of cartoons on popular culture.
  2. Discuss the evolution of animation techniques in cartoons.
  3. How do cartoons reflect societal changes?
  4. Examine the portrayal of gender roles in cartoons.
  5. Discuss the global influence of Japanese anime.
  6. How do cartoons address complex themes?
  7. Analyze the use of satire and parody in cartoons.
  8. Discuss the ethical implications of cartoons aimed at children.
  9. How do cartoons challenge stereotypes?
  10. Examine the role of censorship in cartoons.
  11. Analyze the portrayal of villains in cartoons.
  12. Discuss the balance between education and entertainment in cartoons.
  13. How have cartoons adapted to changing technology?
  14. Analyze the economic impact of successful cartoon franchises.
  15. Discuss the role of cartoons in political commentary.
  16. How do cartoons foster creativity and imagination?
  17. Analyze the narrative structure in long-running cartoons.
  18. Discuss the importance of cultural diversity in cartoons.
  19. How do cartoons deal with historical events?
  20. Examine the impact of fan culture on cartoons.

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Critique the representation of social issues in contemporary cartoons.
  2. Analyze the influence of different animation schools and styles.
  3. Discuss the psychological effects of cartoons on viewers.
  4. Evaluate the role of cartoons in media literacy.
  5. Analyze the intersection of technology and storytelling in cartoons.
  6. Critique the commodification of cartoon characters.
  7. Assess the role of cartoons in global communication.
  8. Evaluate the longevity and appeal of classic cartoons.
  9. Discuss the artistic merits of adult-oriented cartoons.
  10. Analyze the cultural exchange through international cartoons.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Deconstruct the narrative complexities in modern cartoons.
  2. Analyze the philosophical themes present in certain cartoons.
  3. Critically assess the role of cartoons in shaping public opinion.
  4. Explore the use of allegory and symbolism in cartoons.
  5. Debate the impact of cartoons on cross-cultural understanding.
  6. Analyze the socio-political commentary in satirical cartoons.
  7. Discuss the role of cartoons in reflecting and shaping cultural identity.
  8. Evaluate the ethical considerations in the production of cartoons.
  9. Examine the influence of cartoons on contemporary art forms.
  10. Debate the role of cartoons in future media landscapes.