A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What is a queen?
  2. Can you name a queen from a story?
  3. What does a queen wear?
  4. Do you think being a queen is fun? Why?
  5. What colors do queens like?
  6. Where does a queen live?
  7. Who works for a queen?
  8. Can a queen have pets? What kind?
  9. Do queens go to school?
  10. What do queens eat?
  11. Do you know any songs about queens?
  12. Can a queen drive a car?
  13. Do queens have friends?
  14. What do queens do every day?
  15. Can a queen be sad?
  16. Do queens watch TV?
  17. What games do queens play?
  18. Can queens cook?
  19. Do queens use phones?
  20. What is your favorite story about a queen?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. Describe a famous queen in history.
  2. What are the duties of a queen?
  3. How do queens influence fashion?
  4. Discuss the difference between a queen and a princess.
  5. How do queens contribute to society?
  6. Compare queens in fairy tales to real queens.
  7. What challenges do queens face?
  8. How has the role of a queen changed over time?
  9. What would you do if you were a queen for a day?
  10. Do queens play a role in politics?
  11. Can queens be symbols of national identity?
  12. How are queens portrayed in movies?
  13. What qualities make a good queen?
  14. Discuss a queen’s role in charity work.
  15. How do queens handle public scrutiny?
  16. What is the significance of royal ceremonies?
  17. How do queens impact the arts?
  18. Talk about a queen’s responsibilities towards her family.
  19. What challenges come with being born into royalty?
  20. How do queens connect with their people?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Analyze the leadership styles of different historical queens.
  2. Discuss the impact of queens on international relations.
  3. How do queens navigate the balance between tradition and modernity?
  4. Explore the role of queens in constitutional monarchies versus absolute monarchies.
  5. Discuss the media’s portrayal of queens and its effects.
  6. How do queens influence national and international policies?
  7. Examine the role of queens in the succession laws of different countries.
  8. Debate the relevance of monarchy and queenship in the 21st century.
  9. Discuss the feminist interpretations of queenship.
  10. How do queens use fashion as a tool for diplomacy?
  11. Analyze the economic impact of royal families, focusing on queens.
  12. How do queens engage with global issues and humanitarian crises?
  13. Discuss the symbolism of queens in different cultures.
  14. Compare and contrast the education of queens in the past and present.
  15. Explore the challenges queens face in maintaining privacy.
  16. How do queens manage their public image and media relations?
  17. Discuss the legacy of queens in shaping national history.
  18. Analyze the power dynamics within royal families, focusing on queens.
  19. How do queens contribute to cultural preservation?
  20. Discuss the role of queens in promoting environmental conservation.

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Critically evaluate the portrayal of queens in literature and film.
  2. Discuss the intersection of queenship and gender politics.
  3. Analyze the role of queens in fostering diplomatic relationships.
  4. Explore the significance of queens in cultural and national identity formation.
  5. Discuss the challenges and opportunities of female leadership in a historical context.
  6. How do queens navigate the expectations of femininity and leadership?
  7. Analyze the influence of queens on fashion trends and their societal implications.
  8. Discuss the role of queens in the continuity and change of royal traditions.
  9. Examine the impact of queens on social reforms and public policy.
  10. Explore the psychological pressures associated with queenship and its representation in media.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Debate the necessity and relevance of queens in contemporary governance structures.
  2. Analyze the role of queens in historical conflicts and peace negotiations.
  3. Critically assess the impact of queenship on the perception of women in power.
  4. Explore the contribution of queens to the evolution of legal and political systems.
  5. Discuss the representation of queens in art and media as a reflection of societal values.
  6. Analyze the balance between personal identity and public duty in the life of a queen.
  7. Evaluate the historical accuracy of popular portrayals of queens in media.
  8. Discuss the ethical implications of hereditary power, focusing on queenship.
  9. Explore the dynamics of power and influence between queens and their advisors.
  10. Critically examine the role of queens in shaping cultural heritage and memory.