A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. Can you name different types of diets?
  2. What is your favorite food to eat?
  3. Do you know what a vegetarian eats?
  4. What fruits do you like?
  5. Do you eat meat? Why or why not?
  6. What is a healthy food you enjoy?
  7. Have you heard of the Mediterranean diet? What do you think it includes?
  8. What do you usually have for breakfast?
  9. How often do you eat vegetables?
  10. Do you think it’s important to drink milk?
  11. What is a food you don’t like? Why?
  12. Do you prefer cooking at home or eating out?
  13. What is a traditional dish from your country?
  14. How do you choose what to eat every day?
  15. What kind of snacks do you like?
  16. Have you ever tried a diet? What was it?
  17. Do you eat different foods in summer and winter?
  18. What is your favorite dessert?
  19. Do you think eating healthy is easy or difficult?
  20. What do you think a vegan diet is?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. What are the benefits of a vegetarian diet?
  2. How does diet affect our health?
  3. Discuss the importance of a balanced diet.
  4. What are the challenges of following a strict diet?
  5. How do cultural differences influence diets?
  6. What is your opinion on dieting for weight loss?
  7. How can we make healthy eating more enjoyable?
  8. Discuss the impact of food allergies on diet choices.
  9. What role does food play in your family traditions?
  10. How do supermarkets influence our diet choices?
  11. Compare fast food and home-cooked meals.
  12. Discuss the popularity of organic foods.
  13. How do food advertisements affect our eating habits?
  14. What are some diet-related health issues?
  15. Discuss the concept of comfort food.
  16. How can schools promote healthy eating?
  17. What are the environmental impacts of different diets?
  18. Discuss the rise of plant-based diets.
  19. How does travel influence our food choices?
  20. Discuss the role of technology in diet planning.

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Analyze the ethical considerations of different diets.
  2. How do socio-economic factors influence diet choices?
  3. Discuss the global trends in dietary habits.
  4. How does diet affect mental health?
  5. Compare traditional and modern dietary practices.
  6. Analyze the impact of media on public perception of diets.
  7. Discuss the role of diet in disease prevention.
  8. How do cultural beliefs affect dietary restrictions?
  9. Analyze the relationship between diet and sports performance.
  10. Discuss the challenges of maintaining a balanced diet in a busy lifestyle.
  11. How do globalization and trade affect national diets?
  12. Analyze the role of government in regulating food industries.
  13. Discuss the impact of climate change on dietary choices.
  14. How does diet contribute to a sustainable future?
  15. Compare the nutritional value of different diets.
  16. Discuss the psychological aspects of dieting.
  17. Analyze the impact of diet fads and trends.
  18. How do diets reflect personal and cultural identity?
  19. Discuss the ethical implications of genetically modified foods.
  20. Analyze the future of nutrition and dietetics.

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Critique the scientific basis of popular diets.
  2. Discuss the interplay between diet, genetics, and health.
  3. Analyze the socio-political aspects of food distribution and diets.
  4. Evaluate the effectiveness of public health campaigns on diet.
  5. Discuss the cultural significance of dietary practices in different societies.
  6. Analyze the impact of economic policies on national diets.
  7. Evaluate the role of diets in managing chronic diseases.
  8. Discuss the ethical implications of animal-based diets.
  9. Analyze the long-term sustainability of current dietary trends.
  10. Evaluate the impact of technological advancements on food production and diet.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Critically analyze the role of diet in shaping human evolution.
  2. Debate the efficacy of diet as a primary healthcare strategy.
  3. Evaluate the impact of cultural globalization on traditional diets.
  4. Analyze the implications of diets on global economic systems.
  5. Critique the role of media and advertising in shaping dietary perceptions.
  6. Evaluate the ethical and ecological impacts of large-scale food production.
  7. Analyze the relationship between dietary patterns and global health challenges.
  8. Debate the role of individual choice versus policy in shaping diets.
  9. Critically assess the future of personalized nutrition.
  10. Evaluate the impact of scientific research on dietary guidelines and public health.