🐈 Lesson we’ve made about this topic:
– Getting a Pet

A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. Do you have a cat? Can you describe it?
  2. Why do people like cats?
  3. What do cats eat?
  4. How do you play with a cat?
  5. Can you name some cat breeds?
  6. What sounds do cats make?
  7. Where do cats sleep in your house?
  8. How do you take care of a cat?
  9. Do you prefer cats or dogs? Why?
  10. What do cats do all day?
  11. Can cats swim?
  12. What is your favorite thing about cats?
  13. Have you ever seen a big cat, like a lion or tiger?
  14. Do cats have good night vision?
  15. How do you train a cat?
  16. What toys do cats like?
  17. Do you think cats are smart?
  18. Why do cats purr?
  19. Have you ever rescued a cat?
  20. What would you name a new cat?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. Discuss the benefits of having a cat as a pet.
  2. How do cats communicate with humans?
  3. Share your thoughts on indoor vs. outdoor cats.
  4. What are some common misconceptions about cats?
  5. Discuss the role of cats in different cultures.
  6. How do you interpret a cat’s body language?
  7. Should people adopt cats from shelters?
  8. Discuss the importance of vaccinating and neutering cats.
  9. What are the challenges of caring for a cat?
  10. Compare the personalities of different cat breeds.
  11. How have cats been portrayed in literature and film?
  12. Discuss the impact of feral cats on the environment.
  13. What are some common health issues in cats?
  14. How do cats affect our mental health?
  15. What do you think about people who are allergic to cats?
  16. Discuss the idea of ‘cat cafes’ and their popularity.
  17. How do cats play a role in pest control?
  18. Share your thoughts on luxury cat products and services.
  19. What do you think about breeding pedigree cats?
  20. How do cats adapt to different living environments?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Analyze the evolutionary history of domestic cats.
  2. Discuss the ethical considerations of keeping cats as pets.
  3. How do cats contribute to ecological balance?
  4. Examine the symbolism of cats in various mythologies.
  5. Discuss the pros and cons of declawing cats.
  6. How have cats adapted to urban environments?
  7. Debate the impact of cats on local wildlife.
  8. Examine the role of cats in art and cultural expressions.
  9. How do cats influence social interactions among people?
  10. Analyze the cat’s role in human history and civilization.
  11. Discuss the psychological benefits of having a cat.
  12. Examine the impact of social media on the popularity of cats.
  13. How do cultural attitudes towards cats vary globally?
  14. Debate the responsibility of cat owners towards wildlife conservation.
  15. Analyze the impact of technology on cat care and wellbeing.
  16. Discuss the representation of cats in modern media.
  17. How do cats contribute to scientific and medical research?
  18. Examine the relationship between cats and human languages.
  19. Discuss the economic impact of the cat-related industry.
  20. How do cats perceive their environment differently from humans?

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Critique the portrayal of cats in advertising and branding.
  2. Analyze the complex relationship between cats and humans.
  3. Discuss the impact of cats on public health and urban planning.
  4. Evaluate the role of cats in therapeutic settings.
  5. Analyze the cross-cultural symbolism of cats.
  6. Critique the moral implications of breeding designer cats.
  7. Assess the influence of cats on environmental sustainability.
  8. Evaluate the role of legislation in protecting cats’ welfare.
  9. Discuss the philosophical aspects of human-cat relationships.
  10. Analyze the changing perceptions of cats in society.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Deconstruct the cultural and historical significance of cats.
  2. Analyze the anthropomorphism of cats in media and literature.
  3. Critically assess the ethical dilemmas in cat ownership and care.
  4. Explore the intersection of feline psychology and human behavior.
  5. Debate the influence of cats on global cultural narratives.
  6. Analyze the representation of cats in different art forms.
  7. Discuss the role of cats in ecological and evolutionary studies.
  8. Evaluate the implications of genetic research on cat breeds.
  9. Examine the influence of cats on language and idiomatic expressions.
  10. Debate the future of human-cat coexistence in urban societies.