😎 Lessons we’ve made about this topic:
– Do You Sound Rude in English?
– Surprising Ways to Improve English
– Common Phrases English Speakers Use Daily
– How to Start Thinking in English

A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What colors are in the English flag?
  2. Can you name three countries where people speak English?
  3. What is your favorite English word and why?
  4. How do you say “hello” in English?
  5. Why do you want to learn English?
  6. Describe your English teacher in three words.
  7. What English food do you know?
  8. Can you tell a short, simple story in English?
  9. What is difficult about learning English?
  10. What English songs do you like?
  11. How do you practice English outside of school?
  12. Can you name five animals in English?
  13. What English movies have you seen?
  14. How do you feel when you speak English?
  15. What are some English words for different emotions?
  16. Do you know any English jokes?
  17. What do you do when you don’t understand an English word?
  18. Can you describe your house in English?
  19. How is English different from your native language?
  20. What English words have you learned recently?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. Discuss your first experience speaking English.
  2. How has learning English changed your life?
  3. What are the benefits of being bilingual?
  4. Share a challenging English word you’ve learned.
  5. Discuss a topic you enjoy talking about in English.
  6. How do English songs or movies help in learning?
  7. What cultural aspects have you learned through English?
  8. Talk about an English-speaking country you’d like to visit.
  9. How do you overcome fear of making mistakes in English?
  10. What role does English play in your career goals?
  11. Discuss a book you’ve read in English.
  12. How does English connect you with different people?
  13. What are some English idioms or phrases you know?
  14. How do you stay motivated to learn English?
  15. What’s your strategy for learning new English vocabulary?
  16. Discuss an English language game or activity you enjoy.
  17. How does social media help in learning English?
  18. Share an experience of using English in a real situation.
  19. What advice would you give to a new English learner?
  20. How do you think English will evolve in the future?

B2 Level (Upper-Intermediate)

  1. Debate the importance of English in global communication.
  2. Discuss the differences between American and British English.
  3. How does English proficiency open up career opportunities?
  4. Share your thoughts on the hardest part of learning English.
  5. Discuss a complex topic you’re comfortable discussing in English.
  6. What are the pros and cons of English becoming a global language?
  7. How do accents and dialects affect English communication?
  8. Discuss a memorable English learning experience.
  9. How does one’s native language influence English learning?
  10. What are the ethical implications of English dominance in media?
  11. Discuss the role of English in international relations.
  12. How has English literature influenced your worldview?
  13. Debate the necessity of learning English in a non-English speaking country.
  14. Discuss how technology is changing the way we learn English.
  15. What impact has English had on global pop culture?
  16. How can one maintain fluency in English without living in an English-speaking country?
  17. Discuss your favorite English-speaking author or book.
  18. How does English enable cross-cultural understanding?
  19. What are the challenges of translating content into English?
  20. How do you adapt your English in different social situations?

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Critique the role of English in perpetuating cultural hegemony.
  2. Analyze the impact of English on linguistic diversity.
  3. Discuss the nuances of humor and sarcasm in English.
  4. Debate the future of English as a lingua franca.
  5. Analyze a piece of English literature and its themes.
  6. Discuss the role of English in scientific research and academia.
  7. Examine the influence of English on Internet content and access.
  8. Discuss the balance between language preservation and English learning.
  9. Analyze the role of English in international politics and diplomacy.
  10. Critique the portrayal of non-native English speakers in media.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Evaluate the effects of English globalization on local languages.
  2. Discuss the philosophical implications of language and thought in English.
  3. Analyze the evolution of English through its history.
  4. Debate the ethical aspects of English as a mandatory subject in education.
  5. Discuss the complexities and subtleties of English legal language.
  6. Analyze the impact of English on global economic dynamics.
  7. Explore the concept of language identity in the context of English.
  8. Debate the impact of English on cultural identity and expression.
  9. Critically assess the role of English in shaping global narratives.
  10. Explore the linguistic future of English in an increasingly digital world.