A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. How do you travel to work or school?
  2. What is a commute?
  3. Do you like commuting? Why or why not?
  4. What can you see during your commute?
  5. Is commuting long or short for you?
  6. What do you do while commuting?
  7. Do you walk, drive, or use public transport?
  8. What is rush hour?
  9. Is your commute busy or quiet?
  10. What would make your commute better?
  11. Do you carry anything during your commute?
  12. What’s the weather like when you commute?
  13. Do you talk to people while commuting?
  14. Have you ever missed your stop?
  15. What’s the best thing about commuting?
  16. Do you eat or drink while commuting?
  17. What time do you start and finish commuting?
  18. Have you ever seen an accident during your commute?
  19. How do you feel after commuting?
  20. Would you prefer to work or study from home?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. What are the pros and cons of commuting?
  2. How does commuting affect the environment?
  3. What are the busiest times for commuting in your city?
  4. How can commuting be more comfortable?
  5. What kind of transportation is popular in your city?
  6. Have you tried carpooling? What do you think about it?
  7. How does weather impact your commute?
  8. What are some common problems commuters face?
  9. How does commuting impact your daily routine?
  10. What changes would you suggest for better commuting?
  11. How does commuting influence city planning?
  12. What are your thoughts on cycling to work or school?
  13. How does technology help with commuting?
  14. Have you ever had a very long commute? What was it like?
  15. What safety measures are important while commuting?
  16. How do holidays affect commuting in your area?
  17. Do you prefer commuting alone or with others?
  18. How can commuting be more environmentally friendly?
  19. What role does public transport play in your daily commute?
  20. How do you deal with traffic or delays?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Discuss the impact of commuting on mental health.
  2. Analyze the economic costs of long commutes.
  3. How does urban design influence commuting habits?
  4. Discuss the benefits of remote work versus commuting.
  5. How do different cultures approach commuting?
  6. Analyze the relationship between commuting and quality of life.
  7. Discuss the future of commuting in smart cities.
  8. How do commuting patterns reflect societal changes?
  9. Analyze the role of public policy in shaping commuting.
  10. Discuss the impact of commuting on physical health.
  11. How does commuting contribute to social interactions?
  12. Discuss the role of technology in transforming commuting experiences.
  13. Analyze the challenges of balancing commuting with family life.
  14. How does commuting vary between rural and urban areas?
  15. Discuss the impact of global events (like a pandemic) on commuting.
  16. Analyze the role of cycling in modern urban commuting.
  17. How does age affect commuting preferences and patterns?
  18. Discuss the role of electric vehicles in commuting.
  19. Analyze the impact of commuting on local economies.
  20. Discuss innovative solutions to reduce commuting stress.

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Evaluate the impact of commuting on urban sprawl.
  2. Discuss the role of transportation infrastructure in commuting efficiency.
  3. Analyze the implications of autonomous vehicles on commuting.
  4. Evaluate the effectiveness of different public transport systems.
  5. Discuss the intersection of commuting and environmental policy.
  6. Analyze the role of commuting in work-life balance.
  7. Discuss the impact of telecommuting on urban development.
  8. Evaluate the role of walkability and bikeability in city design.
  9. Discuss the influence of commuting on housing markets.
  10. Analyze the long-term effects of commuting habits on society.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Critique the role of government policy in shaping commuting trends.
  2. Analyze the sociological implications of disparate commuting experiences.
  3. Discuss the long-term urban planning strategies for sustainable commuting.
  4. Evaluate the psychological effects of commuting in dense urban environments.
  5. Analyze the impact of commuting on the carbon footprint of cities.
  6. Discuss the ethical considerations in the allocation of transportation resources.
  7. Analyze the impact of economic disparity on access to efficient commuting.
  8. Critically assess the role of public transportation in societal cohesion.
  9. Explore the implications of emerging technologies on future commuting patterns.
  10. Analyze the influence of cultural attitudes towards commuting and mobility.