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Friends & Friendship

Level: Intermediate

Category: Conversation

This worksheet will create a warm and happy atmosphere in the classroom as students talk about their friends, both old and new, and the ways in which friend…

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Habits

Level: Intermediate

Category: Conversation

Conversations about habits will get students emotionally involved in the language as they consider the good and bad things they and others do in their daily…

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How Do You

Level: Intermediate, Advanced

Category: Conversation

Asking about how someone does things allows someone to step through a process or create an explanation for their reasoning. It’s also a good spring bo…

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Fears

Level: Intermediate

Category: Conversation, Vocabulary

Talking about fears is a good way for students to compare themselves to each other as fears are often very different and each person experiences fears in ve…

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How Often

Level: Beginner, Intermediate

Category: Conversation

Asking how often someone does something is a great way to keep a conversation moving forward. These questions are also useful for lower level students to pr…

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Ideal Date

Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

Category: Conversation

Asking questions about someone’s preferences in a potential boyfriend or girlfriend can open a world of discussion for partners and for class exercise…

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If You Were…

Level: Intermediate

Category: Conversation

Asking “If you were…” is a terrific structure to allow a partner to brainstorm potential outcomes or possibilities. This can further spark…

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Have You Ever?

Level: Intermediate, Advanced

Category: Conversation

Let your students practice using have or had + a past participle with thoughtful and fun questions. These kinds of questions are great for starting longer c…

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How Much Time / Money

Level: Intermediate, Advanced

Category: Conversation

These are great starter questions that teachers can use to have their students build follow-up questions to elicit more information from the student’s…