A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What do you like about gardens?
  2. Can you name some flowers you might find in a garden?
  3. Have you ever planted something in a garden?
  4. What animals can you see in a garden?
  5. Do you prefer wild gardens or neat gardens?
  6. How do gardens change with the seasons?
  7. What colors are most common in gardens?
  8. Have you visited a famous garden?
  9. What do you need to take care of a garden?
  10. Can you grow vegetables in a garden?
  11. Do you like the smell of gardens?
  12. What sounds do you hear in a garden?
  13. Would you like to have a garden?
  14. What is the biggest garden you have seen?
  15. Are there gardens in the city?
  16. What can children learn from a garden?
  17. Do you know any garden games?
  18. What kind of weather is best for gardens?
  19. Can you describe your ideal garden?
  20. Why are gardens important for the environment?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. Discuss the therapeutic effects of gardening.
  2. What is the significance of gardens in urban areas?
  3. Share your experience with a memorable garden visit.
  4. How do gardens reflect different cultures?
  5. Can gardens play a role in community building?
  6. Discuss the impact of climate on garden design.
  7. How do you think technology affects gardening?
  8. What is the role of biodiversity in gardens?
  9. Compare traditional gardens with modern landscape designs.
  10. Discuss the importance of water management in gardens.
  11. Should gardens be designed for aesthetics or functionality?
  12. How can gardens contribute to sustainable living?
  13. What do you think about rooftop gardens in cities?
  14. Discuss the evolution of botanical gardens.
  15. How do gardens enhance the quality of life?
  16. What are the challenges of maintaining a garden?
  17. How do gardens reflect personal style and creativity?
  18. What role do gardens play in cultural festivals and events?
  19. Share your thoughts on organic gardening.
  20. Discuss the balance between natural and artificial elements in gardens.

B2 Level (Upper-Intermediate)

  1. Analyze the ecological significance of gardens.
  2. Discuss how gardens can be both personal and communal spaces.
  3. Explore the concept of ‘garden therapy’ and its benefits.
  4. How do gardens contribute to cultural heritage?
  5. Discuss the balance between nature and architecture in garden design.
  6. How do gardens influence local ecosystems?
  7. Analyze the role of gardens in urban planning.
  8. Discuss the ethical considerations of exotic plant cultivation.
  9. How have gardens evolved as a form of artistic expression?
  10. Explore the role of gardening in education.
  11. Debate the importance of indigenous plants in gardens.
  12. How can gardens be used to address environmental issues?
  13. Discuss the impact of gardens on mental well-being.
  14. How do gardens reflect historical and societal changes?
  15. Analyze the role of innovation in garden design.
  16. Discuss the cultural significance of national gardens.
  17. How do gardens affect our perception of nature?
  18. Explore the role of gardens in climate change mitigation.
  19. Debate the future of urban gardening.
  20. Discuss the importance of community gardens in society.

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Critically evaluate the role of gardens in urban ecology.
  2. Discuss the psychological impact of garden environments.
  3. Explore the intersection of gardening and environmental activism.
  4. Analyze the influence of global trends on garden design.
  5. Debate the ethical concerns of genetically modified plants in gardens.
  6. Examine the role of gardens in fostering social interaction.
  7. Discuss the potential of gardens in therapeutic settings.
  8. Analyze the economic impact of the gardening industry.
  9. Explore the relationship between gardens and sustainable architecture.
  10. Discuss the future of garden technology and innovation.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Critique the portrayal of nature in urban garden designs.
  2. Discuss the philosophical implications of creating artificial nature.
  3. Analyze the role of gardens in shaping environmental policy.
  4. Debate the long-term sustainability of large-scale gardens.
  5. Explore the ethical dimensions of resource allocation for gardens.
  6. Examine the impact of global warming on garden biodiversity.
  7. Analyze how gardens can be mediums for environmental education.
  8. Debate the role of public versus private gardens in urban settings.
  9. Discuss the convergence of gardening and art.
  10. Explore the philosophical questions raised by garden conservation.