esl questions writing

A2 Level Questions

  1. What do you like to write about?
  2. Do you write stories or letters?
  3. How often do you write in English?
  4. What tools do you use to write?
  5. Do you prefer writing by hand or typing?
  6. Can you describe your favorite place to write?
  7. What is the last thing you wrote?
  8. Do you like to write with music on?
  9. How do you feel when you write?
  10. Do you share your writings with others?
  11. Have you ever written a diary?
  12. What colors do you like for pens?
  13. Do you make mistakes when you write?
  14. How do you correct your writing mistakes?
  15. Do you like to draw or write more?
  16. Who reads what you write?
  17. What language do you write in the most?
  18. Do you write better in the morning or at night?
  19. Have you ever written a poem?
  20. Do you think writing is important?

B1 Level Questions

  1. What inspires you to write?
  2. How do you overcome writer’s block?
  3. What is your writing process like?
  4. How important is grammar in writing?
  5. Do you prefer creative writing or technical writing?
  6. Have you ever participated in a writing competition?
  7. What role does reading play in your writing?
  8. How do you organize your ideas before writing?
  9. Can you describe a character you created?
  10. What is your favorite genre to write in?
  11. How do you develop a plot for your stories?
  12. Do you edit your own writings or someone else’s?
  13. How do you add dialogue to your stories?
  14. What is the most challenging part of writing for you?
  15. How do you stay motivated to finish a writing project?
  16. Do you use any software tools for writing?
  17. How does writing in English differ from your native language?
  18. What advice would you give to someone who wants to improve their writing?
  19. Have you ever written a letter to someone famous?
  20. How do you think technology has affected writing?

B2 Level Questions

  1. How do you craft a compelling opening for your writings?
  2. What techniques do you use to create vivid descriptions?
  3. How do you develop complex characters?
  4. Can you discuss the importance of setting in a narrative?
  5. How do you weave themes into your writing?
  6. What is your stance on the use of first vs. third-person narration?
  7. How do you balance showing vs. telling in your writing?
  8. What challenges do you face in maintaining consistency in your writing?
  9. How do you approach writing about sensitive topics?
  10. How do you incorporate feedback into your revisions?
  11. What is your process for researching your writing?
  12. How do you handle writer’s fatigue?
  13. Can you explain the role of conflict in a story?
  14. How do you decide on a story’s length or format?
  15. What are the key elements of a good essay?
  16. How do you ensure your writing appeals to a target audience?
  17. What are the benefits of collaborative writing?
  18. How do you deal with criticism of your writing?
  19. What impact do you hope your writing has on readers?
  20. How do you manage the distribution and publication of your work?

C1 Level Questions

  1. How do you navigate the complexities of narrative voice and perspective?
  2. Can you elaborate on the process of building a multifaceted plot structure?
  3. How do you ensure the authenticity of dialects or language used in dialogue?
  4. What strategies do you employ for deep character development?
  5. How do you integrate subplots without detracting from the main narrative?
  6. What are your considerations when choosing a point of view for your story?
  7. How do you maintain a coherent tone throughout a piece of writing?
  8. What is your approach to world-building in fictional writing?
  9. How do you balance detailed descriptions with pacing in a story?
  10. How do you assess the effectiveness of your writing style?

C2 Level Questions

  1. Can you discuss the nuances of intertextuality in your writing?
  2. How do you explore themes of identity and belonging in your narratives?
  3. What are the challenges of writing for a global audience?
  4. How do you approach the ethical considerations of writing about real people or events?
  5. How do you manipulate narrative time to enhance your storytelling?
  6. What is your perspective on the role of ambiguity in literature?
  7. How do you incorporate literary devices to enrich your writing?
  8. Can you analyze the evolution of your writing style over time?
  9. What are the implications of genre conventions on your writing process?
  10. How do you engage with and subvert reader expectations?