A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. Can you name five vegetables?
  2. What is your favorite vegetable? Why?
  3. What color are carrots?
  4. Do you eat vegetables every day?
  5. How do you like to eat potatoes?
  6. Can you grow vegetables at home?
  7. Which vegetables do you not like?
  8. What vegetable is in a salad?
  9. Are vegetables good for you?
  10. How do you buy vegetables?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. Why are vegetables important for health?
  2. How can you cook broccoli?
  3. What are some ways to make vegetables tasty?
  4. Which vegetables are high in vitamins?
  5. How do you store vegetables to keep them fresh?
  6. Can you name any seasonal vegetables?
  7. How do vegetables grow?
  8. What’s the difference between fruits and vegetables?
  9. Have you tried any exotic or unusual vegetables?
  10. How do you include more vegetables in your diet?

B2 Level (Upper-Intermediate)

  1. Discuss the benefits of organic vs. non-organic vegetables.
  2. How do farming practices affect the quality of vegetables?
  3. What are some traditional dishes in your country that use vegetables?
  4. How can vegetarians ensure they get enough protein from vegetables?
  5. What impact does vegetable cultivation have on the environment?
  6. How can you reduce waste when cooking with vegetables?
  7. Discuss the concept of farm-to-table.
  8. What are some challenges of growing your own vegetables?
  9. How do vegetables fit into a balanced diet?
  10. What are some innovative ways to cook with vegetables?

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Critique the global distribution and accessibility of fresh vegetables.
  2. Discuss the role of vegetables in global cuisines.
  3. Evaluate the impact of climate change on vegetable production.
  4. Analyze the nutritional differences between raw and cooked vegetables.
  5. Discuss the ethical considerations of genetically modified vegetables.
  6. How does urban gardening contribute to vegetable availability?
  7. Evaluate the role of vegetables in preventative health care.
  8. Discuss the cultural significance of vegetables in different societies.
  9. Analyze the economics of vegetable farming in developing vs. developed countries.
  10. How do dietary trends affect vegetable consumption?

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Discuss the philosophical implications of vegetarianism and veganism.
  2. Analyze the sustainability of current vegetable consumption patterns.
  3. Critique the industrialization of vegetable production and its consequences.
  4. Discuss the potential of vertical farming in urban vegetable production.
  5. Evaluate the impact of trade policies on vegetable prices and availability.
  6. Analyze the role of biotechnology in enhancing vegetable nutrition.
  7. Discuss the cultural shifts towards plant-based diets.
  8. Evaluate the challenges and benefits of global vegetable diversity conservation.
  9. Analyze the impact of pesticide use on vegetable crops and consumer health.
  10. Discuss the future of vegetable consumption in the context of global food security.