🤑 Lessons we’ve made about this topic:
– How Consumerism Ruins Our Planet and Finances
– Luxury Fashion is for Broke People
– Shopping
– What Is a Budget?
– How to Stop Buying Stuff

A2 Level Questions (Simple English)

  1. What is money?
  2. How do you earn money?
  3. What can you buy with money?
  4. What is the money called in your country?
  5. How do you save money?
  6. Can you name different types of money?
  7. What do you do with your pocket money?
  8. How do you use a bank?
  9. What is more important, time or money? Why?
  10. Do you think money can buy happiness?
  11. How do people use money to help others?
  12. What is the difference between a coin and a banknote?
  13. Have you ever given money to charity?
  14. Why do things cost money?
  15. What would you do if you found money on the street?
  16. How do people pay for things in shops?
  17. What do you want to save money for?
  18. How do parents teach children about money?
  19. What would life be like without money?
  20. Do you think it’s important to learn about money at school?

B1 Level Questions (Intermediate English)

  1. Discuss the history of money in different cultures.
  2. How do credit cards work?
  3. What are the pros and cons of digital money?
  4. How does inflation affect money?
  5. Discuss the concept of a living wage.
  6. How do banks make money?
  7. What is the stock market?
  8. How do taxes work?
  9. Discuss the importance of budgeting.
  10. What is the role of money in politics?
  11. How do exchange rates affect international travel?
  12. What are cryptocurrencies?
  13. Discuss the impact of money on the environment.
  14. How does advertising influence our spending habits?
  15. What is a pension, and why is it important?
  16. How do people become millionaires or billionaires?
  17. What is the difference between a need and a want in terms of spending?
  18. Discuss the ethics of lending and borrowing money.
  19. What are the challenges of eradicating poverty?
  20. How does money impact relationships and society?

B2 Level Questions (Upper-Intermediate English)

  1. Analyze the role of central banks in economies.
  2. Discuss the impact of globalization on money and trade.
  3. How do financial crises happen?
  4. Examine the concept of universal basic income.
  5. Discuss the evolution of money from bartering to digital currencies.
  6. Analyze the role of money in socio-economic inequality.
  7. How do international aid and loans work?
  8. Discuss the ethics of money in sports and entertainment.
  9. How does consumer debt affect economies?
  10. Analyze the relationship between money and power.
  11. Discuss the future of money in a digital world.
  12. How do environmental policies impact economic growth?
  13. Examine the impact of corruption on economies.
  14. Discuss the role of money in education and healthcare.
  15. How does technology change the way we handle money?
  16. Analyze the impact of trade wars on global economies.
  17. Discuss the concept of financial literacy.
  18. How do financial regulations protect consumers?
  19. Examine the role of money in conflict and peace-building.
  20. Analyze the ethical implications of artificial intelligence in finance.

C1 Level Questions (Advanced English)

  1. Critically analyze the concept of money as a social construct.
  2. Discuss the implications of cashless societies.
  3. How does monetary policy influence economic stability?
  4. Examine the role of money in shaping cultural and social values.
  5. Discuss the global impact of the US dollar as a reserve currency.
  6. Analyze the relationship between monetary systems and political systems.
  7. Discuss the challenges of regulating international financial markets.
  8. Examine the ethical considerations of wealth accumulation.
  9. Analyze the role of money in global environmental initiatives.
  10. Discuss the future of cryptocurrencies and their impact on global finance.

C2 Level Questions (Proficiency English)

  1. Critique the effectiveness of monetary policy in addressing economic inequality.
  2. Analyze the interplay between fiscal policy and social welfare.
  3. Discuss the philosophical underpinnings of the value of money.
  4. Evaluate the impact of global financial institutions on national economies.
  5. Examine the complexities of financial globalization.
  6. Analyze the implications of monetary sovereignty in an interconnected world.
  7. Discuss the role of money in the global balance of power.
  8. Evaluate the sustainability of current global economic models.
  9. Critically assess the impact of financial technology on traditional banking.
  10. Discuss the transformation of economic systems in the digital age.