getting to know each other

The first lesson in any language learning journey often revolves around getting to know each other. It’s a crucial step for building a comfortable classroom atmosphere where students feel encouraged to participate and share. This initial interaction helps learners practice basic personal information exchanges in English, setting the foundation for more complex language skills.

A2 Level Questions:

  1. What’s your name?
  2. How old are you?
  3. Where are you from?
  4. Do you have any siblings?
  5. What’s your favorite color?
  6. What hobbies do you have?
  7. What languages do you speak?
  8. What is your favorite food?
  9. Do you have any pets?
  10. What do you like to do in your free time?
  11. How do you spell your name?
  12. What’s your favorite subject in school?
  13. What kind of music do you like?
  14. What’s your favorite movie or TV show?
  15. What’s the weather like in your country?
  16. Do you like sports? Which ones?
  17. What’s your dream job?
  18. Can you describe your family?
  19. What’s your favorite holiday?
  20. Why are you learning English?

B1 Level Questions:

  1. What inspired you to start learning English?
  2. Can you describe your hometown?
  3. What are your main goals for learning English?
  4. What’s your favorite way to relax?
  5. How do you usually spend your weekends?
  6. What kind of books or magazines do you like to read?
  7. Have you traveled to any other countries? Where?
  8. What’s the most interesting place you’ve visited?
  9. How do you prefer to study or learn new things?
  10. What’s something you’re really good at?
  11. Can you tell us about a memorable event in your life?
  12. What are some challenges you’ve faced while learning English?
  13. What’s your favorite quote or saying?
  14. Do you have a role model? Who and why?
  15. What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?
  16. How do you manage stress?
  17. What’s a skill you’d like to learn or improve?
  18. What’s your favorite season and why?
  19. Can you describe your dream vacation?
  20. What’s an interesting fact about your culture?

B2 Level Questions:

  1. How has learning English impacted your life?
  2. What are your aspirations for the future?
  3. Can you discuss a book or movie that deeply influenced you?
  4. What are your thoughts on the importance of cultural exchange?
  5. How do you think technology has changed the way we communicate?
  6. What role does music play in your life?
  7. What are your views on sustainability and environmental conservation?
  8. Can you share an experience where you overcame a significant challenge?
  9. How do you stay motivated when learning a new language?
  10. How do cultural differences affect communication?
  11. What’s your opinion on the global spread of English?
  12. Can you discuss a historical figure you admire? Why?
  13. What are some ethical considerations in today’s society?
  14. How do you balance tradition and modernity in your life?
  15. What are your thoughts on lifelong learning?
  16. Can you describe a personal achievement you’re proud of?
  17. How do you think travel broadens the mind?
  18. What’s your stance on the importance of physical exercise?
  19. Can you discuss the impact of social media on relationships?
  20. What’s an innovative idea you think could change the world?

C1 Level Questions:

  1. How do language barriers affect global communication?
  2. Can you analyze the impact of cultural identity on language learning?
  3. What’s your perspective on the future of work and careers?
  4. How do personal values shape one’s learning journey?
  5. Discuss the significance of non-verbal communication in different cultures.
  6. How does bilingualism or multilingualism influence cognitive development?
  7. What are the challenges of translating humor and idioms between languages?
  8. Discuss the role of education in societal development.
  9. How do you foresee the evolution of language learning technologies?
  10. What’s your approach to overcoming fears or anxieties in language learning?

C2 Level Questions:

  1. Critically evaluate the role of English as a global lingua franca.
  2. Discuss the implications of linguistic diversity on global business.
  3. Analyze the relationship between language, thought, and culture.
  4. Explore the ethical considerations of language preservation and revitalization.
  5. Discuss the impact of digital media on language evolution and learning.
  6. Examine the role of literature in shaping societal values and beliefs.
  7. Debate the importance of preserving minority languages.
  8. Analyze the effect of globalization on language extinction and emergence.
  9. Explore the psychological aspects of language learning and acquisition.
  10. Critically discuss the concept of language as a tool for power and control.