A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. Why do people laugh?
  2. When do you usually laugh?
  3. Can you tell a joke that makes you laugh?
  4. How do you feel when you laugh?
  5. Do you like watching funny movies?
  6. Who is the funniest person you know?
  7. What makes something funny?
  8. Do you laugh when you are with friends?
  9. Can you laugh when you are alone?
  10. How does laughing make you feel better?
  11. Do you think animals can laugh?
  12. What is your favorite funny TV show?
  13. Do you like to make others laugh?
  14. How often do you laugh in a day?
  15. What is the funniest thing you have seen?
  16. Do you think laughing is important?
  17. Can laughing be bad sometimes?
  18. Do you laugh at the same things as your family?
  19. How do you feel when someone laughs at you?
  20. What is a funny memory you have?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. Discuss the benefits of laughter for health.
  2. How does laughter help in social situations?
  3. Share a funny story from your life.
  4. Why do different cultures find different things funny?
  5. How does laughter change with age?
  6. Discuss a comedian you find funny.
  7. Can laughter help in learning a language?
  8. How does humor vary around the world?
  9. Is it possible to laugh too much?
  10. Discuss a time when laughter helped you in a difficult situation.
  11. What role does laughter play in friendships?
  12. How can humor be misunderstood?
  13. Compare humor in movies and humor in real life.
  14. Why is it sometimes hard to understand jokes in a foreign language?
  15. What are “inside jokes”?
  16. Can laughter be a coping mechanism?
  17. Discuss different types of humor (sarcasm, irony, slapstick, etc.).
  18. How do you feel when you don’t understand a joke?
  19. Why do some people not laugh at jokes?
  20. How does laughter create bonds between people?

B2 Level (Upper-Intermediate)

  1. Analyze the psychological effects of laughter.
  2. How does laughter influence interpersonal relationships?
  3. Discuss the role of humor in cultural identity.
  4. Can laughter be used as a form of therapy?
  5. How does context influence the humor in a situation?
  6. Discuss the balance between humor and sensitivity.
  7. What is the social function of laughter?
  8. How does humor evolve with language?
  9. Can humor be a form of social criticism?
  10. Discuss the ethics of humor (What should not be joked about?).
  11. How does laughter affect group dynamics?
  12. Analyze a famous humorous book or movie.
  13. How can humor be a barrier in intercultural communication?
  14. Discuss the concept of “gallows humor.”
  15. What is the role of satire in society?
  16. How does humor reflect societal values?
  17. Can humor be harmful?
  18. Discuss the difference between laughing with someone and laughing at someone.
  19. How does humor contribute to conflict resolution?
  20. What is the role of humor in politics?

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Critically analyze the role of humor in shaping societal norms.
  2. How does humor function as a coping mechanism during crises?
  3. Discuss the interplay between humor and power dynamics.
  4. Evaluate the impact of political satire in society.
  5. How does humor contribute to cultural and linguistic diversity?
  6. Analyze the role of humor in literature and art.
  7. Discuss the psychological and physiological mechanisms behind laughter.
  8. How does humor vary in its expression across different languages?
  9. Evaluate the use of humor in educational settings.
  10. Discuss the impact of digital media on the evolution of humor.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Examine the philosophical implications of humor and laughter.
  2. Critically assess the role of humor in defining cultural boundaries.
  3. Analyze the relationship between humor, irony, and sarcasm.
  4. Evaluate the effectiveness of humor as a tool for social change.
  5. Examine the linguistic nuances in humor across different languages.
  6. Analyze the role of humor in historical narratives.
  7. Discuss the ethical boundaries of humor in modern society.
  8. Evaluate the role of humor in personal and professional relationships.
  9. Analyze the impact of globalization on humor styles.
  10. Critically discuss the role of humor in media and journalism.