A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What colors do you see in graffiti art?
  2. Do you like drawing or painting?
  3. Have you seen graffiti in your city?
  4. Is graffiti art or just scribbles?
  5. What pictures or words would you paint on a wall?
  6. Should graffiti be allowed in public places?
  7. Do you think graffiti can tell a story?
  8. What materials are used to make graffiti?
  9. Is it okay to paint graffiti on any wall?
  10. How does graffiti make a place look: pretty or messy?
  11. Can you describe graffiti you have seen?
  12. Do you think graffiti is easy to make?
  13. Would you like to learn how to do graffiti?
  14. Do you know any famous graffiti artists?
  15. How would you feel if someone painted graffiti on your house?
  16. What is the difference between graffiti and a painting in a gallery?
  17. Can graffiti be a way to express feelings?
  18. Do you think graffiti is popular in your country?
  19. What places are good for painting graffiti?
  20. Would you take a photo of interesting graffiti?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. What is your opinion on graffiti as a form of street art?
  2. How does graffiti contribute to urban culture?
  3. Should graffiti be considered illegal?
  4. Can graffiti change the way a neighborhood looks?
  5. What message can graffiti convey?
  6. Should there be special areas for graffiti?
  7. How does graffiti differ in various countries?
  8. Do you think graffiti can be a form of protest?
  9. Can graffiti art be as valuable as traditional art?
  10. How do local governments in your area deal with graffiti?
  11. What impact does graffiti have on tourism?
  12. How can graffiti be both vandalism and art?
  13. Should artists get permission before creating graffiti?
  14. Can graffiti help improve a community’s image?
  15. How do you differentiate between graffiti and vandalism?
  16. What role do graffiti artists play in society?
  17. Can graffiti art be a career?
  18. How does graffiti reflect the issues of a society?
  19. What are the ethical considerations of graffiti?
  20. Do you think graffiti has evolved over time?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. How does graffiti challenge traditional views of art?
  2. In what ways can graffiti be a powerful form of communication?
  3. Should graffiti artists face legal consequences for their work?
  4. How does graffiti interact with its urban environment?
  5. Can graffiti be a legitimate form of political expression?
  6. What are the artistic merits of graffiti?
  7. How does graffiti influence public perception of a neighborhood?
  8. What societal messages are often conveyed through graffiti?
  9. How do graffiti artists impact the art world?
  10. Should property owners have the right to remove graffiti?
  11. Can graffiti be a tool for social change?
  12. How does graffiti reflect the culture of a city?
  13. What are the challenges faced by graffiti artists?
  14. In what ways can graffiti be considered a cultural heritage?
  15. How does graffiti art differ from other street arts?
  16. Can graffiti coexist with historical and cultural landmarks?
  17. What is the role of anonymity in graffiti art?
  18. How does graffiti contribute to the identity of a city?
  19. What legal protections, if any, should graffiti art have?
  20. How can graffiti be used to revitalize urban spaces?

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Explore the dichotomy between graffiti as an act of vandalism and a form of artistic expression.
  2. Discuss the influence of graffiti on contemporary visual culture.
  3. Analyze the role of graffiti in shaping urban aesthetics and identity.
  4. Debate the ethics of graffiti from a property rights perspective.
  5. Examine how graffiti has been used as a medium for social and political commentary.
  6. Explore the evolution of graffiti from subculture to mainstream acceptance.
  7. Discuss the challenges of conserving and preserving graffiti art.
  8. Evaluate the impact of digital media on the graffiti art form.
  9. Analyze the interplay between graffiti and law enforcement.
  10. Discuss the globalization of graffiti and its cultural implications.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Critically assess the role of graffiti in challenging socio-political norms.
  2. Explore the intersection of graffiti with other art movements and its place in art history.
  3. Debate the impact of commercialization on the authenticity of graffiti art.
  4. Analyze the psychological and sociological dimensions of graffiti as a form of expression.
  5. Examine the legal and ethical boundaries of graffiti in public spaces.
  6. Discuss the role of graffiti in urban regeneration versus gentrification.
  7. Critique the portrayal of graffiti in mainstream media and popular culture.
  8. Explore the influence of global trends on local graffiti styles.
  9. Analyze the role of graffiti in community building and social activism.
  10. Debate the future trajectory and sustainability of graffiti as an art form.