A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. Do you like to drive a car?
  2. What color is your dream car?
  3. Can you name five car brands?
  4. What do you see on the road when you drive?
  5. Do you prefer driving or walking?
  6. What is important to remember when driving?
  7. Can you name three things you see on the street?
  8. What do traffic lights mean?
  9. Do you feel scared when you drive?
  10. What kind of car do you want to drive?
  11. How do you stay safe when driving?
  12. Can you drive a manual car?
  13. Do you listen to music when you drive?
  14. What do you do at a stop sign?
  15. Where is your favorite place to drive?
  16. Do you know how to change a tire?
  17. What do you do if the car breaks down?
  18. Do you like fast or slow cars?
  19. What is the speed limit in your city?
  20. Would you like to drive a bus?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. What are the advantages of driving a car?
  2. How does driving change in different weather conditions?
  3. What should you do in a traffic jam?
  4. How can you reduce stress while driving?
  5. Why is road safety important?
  6. What are the rules for pedestrian crossings in your country?
  7. How do you navigate when driving to a new place?
  8. What is eco-driving, and why is it important?
  9. How do you think self-driving cars will change driving?
  10. What are the challenges of learning to drive?
  11. What’s your opinion on speed limits?
  12. How does public transportation compare to driving?
  13. What makes a good driver?
  14. How do you think smartphones have affected driving?
  15. What are the costs of owning a car?
  16. How do you think driving laws differ around the world?
  17. What should you do after a car accident?
  18. Why is it important to wear a seatbelt?
  19. What are the most common driving mistakes?
  20. How can cities make driving safer?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Discuss the impact of driving on the environment.
  2. How has driving culture evolved over the past decades?
  3. What are the ethical implications of driverless cars?
  4. How do you think technology has improved driving safety?
  5. Can you compare driving norms in different countries?
  6. What role does government policy play in shaping driving behavior?
  7. How does urban planning affect driving experiences?
  8. What are the challenges of driving in rural vs. urban areas?
  9. How can driving habits influence fuel efficiency?
  10. What are your thoughts on electric and hybrid cars?
  11. How does driving differ from other forms of transportation?
  12. What are the psychological effects of road rage?
  13. How can technology be used to prevent car accidents?
  14. What are the social implications of car sharing and ride-hailing services?
  15. How can cities manage increasing traffic congestion?
  16. Discuss the importance of regular vehicle maintenance.
  17. What are the legal implications of driving under the influence?
  18. How do cultural attitudes towards driving reflect societal values?
  19. What is the future of personal transportation?
  20. How can driving education be improved?

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Analyze the relationship between driving and personal freedom.
  2. Discuss the global trends in car ownership and their implications.
  3. How do you think autonomous vehicles will impact urban design?
  4. Evaluate the effectiveness of different road safety campaigns.
  5. Can you discuss the economics of car manufacturing and its global impact?
  6. How does driving behavior reflect broader social and cultural trends?
  7. What are the ethical considerations in prioritizing road infrastructure?
  8. Discuss the potential of smart cities in transforming driving experiences.
  9. How has the automotive industry adapted to changing consumer preferences?
  10. Analyze the impact of transportation policies on societal equity.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Critique the role of driving in shaping modern lifestyles and urban landscapes.
  2. Discuss the philosophical aspects of autonomy in the context of self-driving cars.
  3. Evaluate the long-term environmental impact of increasing reliance on personal vehicles.
  4. Analyze the influence of automotive technology on global geopolitics.
  5. Discuss the interplay between transportation, energy policy, and sustainability.
  6. Critique the societal implications of the shift towards electric vehicles.
  7. Analyze the changing dynamics of urban mobility in the 21st century.
  8. Discuss the implications of vehicle connectivity and data privacy.
  9. Evaluate the potential of transportation innovations in addressing global challenges.
  10. Analyze the cultural symbolism associated with cars and driving.