A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. Do you remember your dreams?
  2. What was your happiest dream?
  3. Do you have the same dream often?
  4. What colors do you see in your dreams?
  5. Have you had a scary dream?
  6. Do you dream about animals?
  7. What places do you see in your dreams?
  8. Do you talk in your dreams?
  9. Have you dreamed about flying?
  10. Do you like dreaming?
  11. Can you remember your dreams in the morning?
  12. Do you have dreams about your friends?
  13. Have you ever dreamed about being lost?
  14. What sounds do you hear in your dreams?
  15. Do you dream in English or your native language?
  16. Have you ever had a dream about food?
  17. Do you dream about your family?
  18. Can you control what happens in your dreams?
  19. Do you share your dreams with others?
  20. What was the weirdest dream you ever had?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. Do you think dreams have meanings?
  2. Have you ever experienced déjà vu from a dream?
  3. How do dreams affect your mood?
  4. Do you believe in dream interpretation?
  5. Can dreams inspire creativity in real life?
  6. Have you ever had a lucid dream where you knew you were dreaming?
  7. Do dreams influence your decisions?
  8. How do cultures interpret dreams differently?
  9. What’s the most vivid dream you’ve ever had?
  10. Do you think animals dream?
  11. Have you ever solved a problem in your dream?
  12. What do you think causes nightmares?
  13. Do you keep a dream journal?
  14. How do movies and books influence your dreams?
  15. Do you think technology will ever be able to record dreams?
  16. Can dreams reflect our deepest fears and desires?
  17. How do stress and anxiety affect your dreams?
  18. Do you think people who are blind dream in visuals?
  19. How does food affect your dreams?
  20. Do you have recurring themes in your dreams?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. How do dreams contribute to our mental and emotional health?
  2. What theories exist about why we dream?
  3. Do you think dreams can predict the future?
  4. How do dreams differ across various stages of life?
  5. Can understanding dreams lead to self-improvement?
  6. How do sleep disorders affect dreaming?
  7. Do you think dreams have a purpose, or are they just random brain activity?
  8. How does culture and personal experience shape our dreams?
  9. Do you think there is a connection between art and dreams?
  10. How do dreams differ between people from different parts of the world?
  11. What role do dreams play in literature and storytelling?
  12. How might technology influence our dreams in the future?
  13. What’s the relationship between dreams and memory?
  14. Do you think everyone dreams, even if they don’t remember it?
  15. How can dreams influence our day-to-day mood and behavior?
  16. Discuss the role of dreams in psychological therapies.
  17. What impact do major life events have on our dreams?
  18. How do historical events influence collective dreaming?
  19. Do dreams change as we age, and in what ways?
  20. Discuss the significance of recurring dreams and their possible interpretations.

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Explore the psychological theories behind why we dream.
  2. How can dreams be a reflection of our subconscious mind?
  3. Discuss the role of dreams in cognitive processes.
  4. What is the impact of external stimuli on our dreams?
  5. Analyze the relationship between dreams and creative thinking.
  6. How do dreams vary among different cultures and why?
  7. What are the implications of lucid dreaming on our understanding of consciousness?
  8. Discuss the significance of dreams in historical and mythological contexts.
  9. Evaluate the potential of dreams in therapeutic settings.
  10. Explore the ethical implications of future technologies that could manipulate or interpret dreams.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Critique the Freudian perspective of dreams as wish fulfillment.
  2. Analyze the role of dreams in psychoanalytic theory.
  3. Discuss the interplay between dreams and language in the cognitive process.
  4. Evaluate contemporary neuroscience’s understanding of dreams.
  5. Explore the philosophical implications of dream experiences.
  6. Assess the role of dreams in shaping cultural narratives and beliefs.
  7. Examine the influence of dreams on artistic expression across various mediums.
  8. Debate the potential for dreams to provide insights into unresolved psychological conflicts.
  9. Analyze the impact of technological advances on the study and understanding of dreams.
  10. Discuss the concept of collective unconscious as proposed by Carl Jung in the context of dreams.