🛍️ Lessons we’ve made about this topic:
– Shopping
– How to Stop Buying Stuff
– What Is a Budget?
– Luxury Fashion is for Broke People
– How Consumerism Ruins Our Planet and Finances
– The Real Story Behind Uniqlo
– Impact of Branding on Your Brain

A2 Level Questions

  1. What can you buy in a clothing store?
  2. Do you like shopping for books? Why?
  3. What do you eat at a cafe?
  4. How do you feel when you go shopping?
  5. Can you name different types of shops?
  6. What is your favorite shop? Why?
  7. How often do you go shopping?
  8. Do you prefer shopping alone or with someone? Why?
  9. What do you need to take with you when you go shopping?
  10. Can you buy toys in a bookshop?
  11. What is a sale?
  12. How do you pay for things in a shop?
  13. What is a shopping list?
  14. Why do people enjoy shopping?
  15. What is window shopping?
  16. Can you return things you buy? How?
  17. What is online shopping?
  18. How do you choose what to buy?
  19. What is a shopping mall?
  20. Do you prefer shopping in stores or online?

B1 Level Questions

  1. Discuss the benefits of buying local products.
  2. How can shopping be a social activity?
  3. What are the advantages of online shopping?
  4. How does consumerism affect society?
  5. What role do sales play in shopping behavior?
  6. How can you save money while shopping?
  7. What are the drawbacks of shopping online?
  8. How do you think shopping habits have changed over time?
  9. What is ethical shopping?
  10. Discuss the impact of fast fashion.
  11. How do advertising and marketing influence shopping choices?
  12. What is a budget? Why is it important in shopping?
  13. How do shopping festivals affect the economy?
  14. What are the differences between brand and generic products?
  15. How do loyalty programs work?
  16. What is impulse buying?
  17. How can shopping affect the environment?
  18. What is a warranty? Why is it important?
  19. Discuss the concept of minimalism in shopping.
  20. How do cultural differences affect shopping habits?

B2 Level Questions

  1. Analyze the psychological effects of consumer culture.
  2. Discuss the globalization of shopping and its impact on local markets.
  3. Evaluate the ethical considerations of shopping at multinational corporations.
  4. How does technology change consumer behavior?
  5. Discuss the significance of sustainable shopping practices.
  6. Analyze the impact of e-commerce on traditional retail.
  7. What is the future of brick-and-mortar stores?
  8. How do shopping habits differ across generations?
  9. Discuss the role of shopping in economic development.
  10. How can consumers protect themselves from online fraud?
  11. Evaluate the impact of consumer reviews on shopping decisions.
  12. Discuss the balance between convenience and privacy in online shopping.
  13. How do economic downturns affect shopping habits?
  14. Analyze the role of fashion trends in shopping behavior.
  15. Discuss the impact of social media on shopping.
  16. How does cultural identity influence shopping preferences?
  17. Evaluate the role of price comparison websites.
  18. Discuss the concept of luxury shopping.
  19. How do seasonal sales impact consumer spending?
  20. Analyze the relationship between shopping and mental health.

C1 Level Questions

  1. Critique the role of consumerism in shaping societal values.
  2. Discuss the implications of shopping tourism on local economies.
  3. Evaluate the effectiveness of consumer protection laws.
  4. Analyze the concept of “retail therapy” and its validity.
  5. Discuss the ethical implications of sweatshops and fast fashion.
  6. Evaluate the sustainability of the current global retail model.
  7. Analyze the influence of brand loyalty on consumer choice.
  8. Discuss the impact of augmented reality on the shopping experience.
  9. Evaluate the potential of blockchain technology in enhancing shopping security.
  10. Discuss the intersection of shopping and digital privacy concerns.

C2 Level Questions

  1. Debate the assertion that shopping malls are modern-day temples of consumerism.
  2. Analyze the dialectics of shopping as both an individual pleasure and a collective environmental burden.
  3. Critically assess the impact of consumer culture on global inequality.
  4. Explore the implications of artificial intelligence on personalized shopping experiences.
  5. Debate the future of consumerism in a post-pandemic world.
  6. Analyze the role of shopping in the construction of individual identity.
  7. Critically evaluate the notion of ethical consumption within a capitalist framework.
  8. Explore the sociopolitical implications of boycotts and buycotts.
  9. Debate the impact of digital currencies on future shopping behaviors.
  10. Analyze the psychological mechanisms behind compulsive shopping disorders.