A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What is your favorite TV show?
  2. Do you like cartoons? Why or why not?
  3. How many hours a week do you watch TV?
  4. Can you describe your favorite character from a TV show?
  5. Do you watch TV shows in English?
  6. What types of TV shows do you not like?
  7. Have you ever watched a TV show from another country?
  8. Do you prefer watching TV alone or with others?
  9. What is the funniest TV show you have ever seen?
  10. Do you learn anything from TV shows?
  11. Have you ever watched a TV show twice? Which one?
  12. What’s the most popular TV show in your country?
  13. Do you talk about TV shows with your friends?
  14. How do you watch TV shows: on TV, computer, or phone?
  15. Can you name a TV show that teaches something interesting?
  16. Do you prefer TV shows or movies? Why?
  17. Have you ever watched a TV show in English to improve your English?
  18. What was the last TV show you watched?
  19. Do you have a favorite TV show theme song?
  20. Have you discovered a new TV show recently?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. Discuss the impact of TV shows on culture.
  2. How do TV shows reflect societal values?
  3. Compare two TV shows you like and explain why.
  4. How have TV shows changed over the past decade?
  5. What role do TV shows play in education?
  6. How do reality TV shows affect viewers’ perceptions of reality?
  7. Discuss the representation of diversity in TV shows.
  8. How do TV shows from different countries differ?
  9. What makes a TV show memorable?
  10. Analyze the character development in a TV show you like.
  11. How do TV shows influence fashion and trends?
  12. Discuss the importance of soundtrack in TV shows.
  13. How do you discover new TV shows to watch?
  14. Talk about a TV show that has impacted your life.
  15. Compare watching TV shows online versus on traditional TV.
  16. Discuss the pros and cons of binge-watching TV shows.
  17. How do subtitles and dubbing affect the viewing experience?
  18. Share your opinion on TV show spin-offs.
  19. How do TV shows handle complex social issues?
  20. What is the future of TV shows in the era of streaming?

B2 Level (Upper-Intermediate)

  1. Analyze the narrative structure of a TV show.
  2. How do TV shows contribute to the global spread of cultures?
  3. Discuss the psychological effects of TV shows on individuals.
  4. Evaluate the portrayal of historical events in TV shows.
  5. How do TV shows address ethical dilemmas?
  6. Discuss the significance of opening sequences in TV shows.
  7. How has the rise of streaming services changed TV show production?
  8. Analyze the use of symbolism in a TV show.
  9. Compare the original TV show with its remakes or adaptations.
  10. How do TV shows influence public opinion on political issues?
  11. Discuss the role of censorship in TV show content.
  12. How do TV shows utilize technology in storytelling?
  13. Evaluate the impact of fan culture on TV shows.
  14. Discuss the balance between creativity and commercialism in TV show production.
  15. How do TV shows portray mental health issues?
  16. Discuss the evolution of gender roles in TV shows.
  17. How do TV shows create suspense and maintain audience interest?
  18. Analyze the impact of social media on TV show popularity.
  19. Discuss the representation of science and technology in TV shows.
  20. How do TV shows explore themes of identity and belonging?

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Critique the representation of minority groups in TV shows.
  2. How do TV shows reflect and challenge societal norms?
  3. Discuss the intertextuality in TV shows.
  4. Evaluate the realism in the portrayal of professional fields in TV shows.
  5. Discuss the use of anti-heroes in TV shows.
  6. Analyze the role of political satire in TV shows.
  7. How do TV shows influence viewers’ perceptions of historical accuracy?
  8. Discuss the ethical implications of reality TV production.
  9. Analyze the portrayal of artificial intelligence in TV shows.
  10. How do TV shows depict global issues and crises?

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Discuss the dichotomy between high culture and popular culture in TV shows.
  2. Analyze the construction of narrative suspense across multiple seasons of a TV show.
  3. Critique the globalization effects of TV shows on local cultures.
  4. Discuss the philosophical themes explored in TV shows.
  5. Evaluate the impact of TV shows on cultural diplomacy.
  6. Discuss the narrative complexity in modern TV shows.
  7. Analyze the influence of TV shows on societal value systems.
  8. Critique the portrayal of existential themes in TV shows.
  9. Discuss the role of TV shows in shaping public discourse.
  10. Evaluate the portrayal of utopian and dystopian societies in TV shows.