A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What color is the water in a lake?
  2. Have you ever visited a lake? Where?
  3. What animals live in or near lakes?
  4. Can you swim in a lake?
  5. What do people do at lakes?
  6. Are there lakes in your country?
  7. How is a lake different from a sea?
  8. What can you find around a lake?
  9. Do you like lakes? Why or why not?
  10. What is a boat?
  11. Can you fish in a lake?
  12. What is a dock?
  13. Describe a lake you know.
  14. What is the weather like at a lake?
  15. What is your favorite lake activity?
  16. What do you wear to a lake?
  17. Can you drink lake water?
  18. Are there plants in a lake?
  19. What sounds do you hear at a lake?
  20. Draw a picture of a lake.

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. Describe the most beautiful lake you’ve seen.
  2. How are lakes important to the environment?
  3. What water sports can you do on a lake?
  4. Compare a lake you know to the ocean.
  5. Have you ever camped by a lake?
  6. What are the benefits of living near a lake?
  7. Discuss different types of lakes.
  8. How do lakes form?
  9. What is lake pollution and why is it a problem?
  10. Share a memory of a trip to a lake.
  11. How can we protect lakes?
  12. Are there famous lakes in your country?
  13. What is the biggest lake in the world?
  14. How do seasons affect lakes?
  15. Discuss the wildlife around lakes.
  16. What are some myths or legends about lakes?
  17. How do lakes affect local climate?
  18. What are the dangers of swimming in a lake?
  19. How do people use lakes in your country?
  20. Discuss the role of lakes in recreation and tourism.

B2 Level (Upper-Intermediate)

  1. Debate the ecological significance of lakes.
  2. How do lakes contribute to biodiversity?
  3. Discuss the impact of climate change on lakes.
  4. Compare freshwater and saltwater lakes.
  5. How do lakes influence local economies?
  6. What is the role of lakes in cultural and spiritual practices?
  7. Discuss the challenges of conserving lake ecosystems.
  8. How do human activities impact lakes?
  9. Explore the concept of limnology.
  10. Debate the use of lakes for industrial purposes.
  11. Discuss the importance of lakes in literature and art.
  12. How do lakes support agriculture?
  13. What are the consequences of overfishing in lakes?
  14. Discuss the importance of lakes in urban planning.
  15. How do invasive species affect lake ecosystems?
  16. What is the significance of historical events that occurred by lakes?
  17. How do lakes aid in scientific research?
  18. Discuss the relationship between lakes and weather patterns.
  19. What are the challenges of water management in lakes?
  20. How do lakes contribute to global water cycles?

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Analyze the socio-economic disparities in access to lake resources.
  2. Discuss the impact of lakes on regional geopolitics.
  3. Evaluate the effectiveness of international lake conservation efforts.
  4. Analyze the symbolism of lakes in various cultures.
  5. Discuss the role of lakes in sustainable development.
  6. Evaluate the balance between tourism and conservation in lake regions.
  7. Analyze the legal and ethical aspects of water rights regarding lakes.
  8. Discuss the impact of lakes on indigenous communities.
  9. Evaluate the role of lakes in climate regulation.
  10. Analyze the long-term effects of pollution on lake ecosystems.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Critically assess the role of lakes in global environmental governance.
  2. Debate the ethical implications of biotechnology in lake conservation.
  3. Discuss the philosophical concepts related to natural beauty and lakes.
  4. Evaluate the future challenges in managing transboundary lakes.
  5. Analyze the role of lakes in the Earth’s hydrological cycle.
  6. Critique the impact of urbanization on lake ecosystems.
  7. Discuss the intersection of climate science and lake preservation.
  8. Evaluate the role of lakes in cultural identity and heritage.
  9. Analyze the impact of global warming on alpine lakes.
  10. Critique the role of media in shaping public perception of lakes.