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مُساهمةموضوع: conversation questions   الثلاثاء يونيو 23, 2009 3:07 am

Conversation Questions
Accidents at Home
A Part of Conversation Questions for the ESL Classroom.
• What is the most dangerous thing in your home? How can it be made less dangerous?
• What is the most dangerous thing in your home for a child? How can it be made less dangerous?
• What is the most dangerous thing in your home for an elderly person? How can it be made less dangerous?
• What dangers can be found in the kitchen that can cause accidents?
• What can be done to prevent kitchen accidents?
• What can a parent do to childproof a kitchen?
• What dangers can be found in bathrooms that can cause accidents?
• What can be done to prevent bathroom accidents?
• What can a parent do to childproof a bathroom?
• What dangers can be found outside the home in the yard that can cause accidents?
• What can be done to prevent yard accidents?
• What can a parent do to childproof the yard?
• What other dangers can be found in a home in bedrooms, laundry rooms, garages, and living areas?
• What can be done throughout the house to prevent accidents?
• What can a parent do to childproof the different rooms of the home?
• Where at home would you put your first aid kit? What would you have in it?
• Where are these items found in a house, why could they be dangerous, to whom could they be dangerous, and what could someone do to lessen the danger they present?
o hot pan/pot
o hot curling iron
o knife
o window
o iron
o medicines
o gasoline
o pool
o insecticides
o natural gas
o balcony
o toilets
o staircase
o stove/oven
o stool/ladder
o yard tools
o fireplace
o cellar /attic
o bathtub
o bad dog
o tall pieces of furniture
o swing set / playground
o very clean glass sliding door
o electronic equipment
o cleaning supplies
o lake/retention pond
o loose carpet on slippery tile floor
o glass table or sharp edged table
o hairdryer
o bric-a-brac
• What do you need to do if...
o you cut your finger preparing food?
o you fall down and can not move a limb?
o your child drinks a poisonous liquid? (discuss syrup of ipecac)
o the toilet is flooding the bathroom?
o a pan on the stove is on fire?
o a neighborneighbor's dog is growling at you?
o our child falls off a chair and is bleeding?
Conversation Questions
Baseball
A Part of Conversation Questions for the ESL Classroom.
• Have you ever played baseball?
• Do you know the rules of baseball?
• Do you like baseball?
• Are you interested in baseball?
• How many players are on a baseball team?
• What position do you think is the most difficult?
• Who is your favorite baseball player? Why do you like him?
• Does baseball look like a fun game to you?
• What qualities do you think of baseball player needs to be good?
• Do they have professional baseball teams in your country?
• How much does it cost to watch a professional baseball game?
• Would you rather watch baseball at a stadium or on television?
• What is your favorite baseball team? Why?
• Do you follow professional baseball?
• Are there any baseball players from your country playing in the USA?
• Do you think baseball will ever be a worldwide sport like soccer?
• What are the differences between baseball in America and baseball in your country?
• How much does it cost to attend a pro game in your country?
• What kinds of food are sold at baseball stadiums in your country?
• Does your country have a minor league?
• Do you think young players aspire to be a pro in their home country or make it to the American Major Leagues?
• Are there recreational baseball teams in your country?
• Do children have easy access to baseball in your country?
• Do people play softball in your country?
• Are there women's baseball teams in your country?
• Do you consider baseball to be a slow game?
• Do you think the playoffs are more exciting than the regular season?
Conversation Questions
Age: Youth & Old Age
A Part of Conversation Questions for the ESL Classroom.
• Are young people generally more selfish than their parents and grandparents? Does age make you more aware of and caring for others?
• Should adults try to teach young people lessons, such as the dangers of drinking too much, taking drugs or catch the AIDS virus, or should they leave them alone to find out about these things themselves? What are the advantages and disadvantages of both approaches?
• What do you think is the best age to be? Explain your opinion.
• Most countries give young people rights as they reach a certain age. For example, British people can legally make love or fight for their country at the age of 16; they can drink, vote and drive a car when they are 18. Does China have similar laws? Do you think that any of the age limits need changing?
• Some people think you should give something to society before you have the right to join it. Should young people have to do some form of military or community service by law?
• Should people of between 50 and 55 be forced to retire from their jobs in order to make way for younger workers?
• If people are still able to (and want to) work, should they have to retire when the reach a certain age? Explain your opinion.
• In most countries the legal retirement age for men is 5 years older than for women, even though women live longer than men on average. Why do you think this is? Is this fair, or should it be changed?
• Are there many things that the old can teach the young or are they hopelessly out of touch by the time they reach a certain age? What things were you taught by your older family members? How have they been useful to you in your life?
• In most countries, compulsory education is targeted at 5 - 16 year olds. Would it be better to offer it to pensioners who want to learn rather than young people who prefer not to be in school? Explain your opinion.
• In Russia, China and many other countries, there is a tradition of choosing leaders who are quite advanced in years. Do you think that older people make better leaders? Explain your opinion.
• One of Britain's best-ever leaders was William Pitt the younger, who became Prime Minister when he was 24 and remained in power for 18 years. Could this ever happen in China? Why/why not?
• Many elderly people have disabilities which limit their mobility. Do buses, shops and public buildings in your country provide easy access for the disabled or are your towns and cities designed mainly for the young and able-bodied? Why is this?
• Should the elderly be expected to pay for residential care out of their own savings or should appropriate accommodation and nursing be provided by the tax payer? Explain your opinion.
• Some people say that men age better than women, and remain attractive longer – do you agree? Explain your opinion.
• Some people say that men never grow up, they just get bigger – do you agree? Explain your opinion.
• Some people say that young women are usually 2 to 3 years more mature than young men – do you agree? Explain your opinion.
• In most countries women live an average of 5 to 6 years longer than men. Why do you think this is?
• In some countries having children is considered a way of "investing in the future", and young people are expected to give money to their parents when they get a job, and then to care for them when they retire. What are the good points and what are the bad points about this system?
• Many countries are facing the problem of an "aging population", i.e. there will soon be more old people than young people. What problems will this cause? What can be done to prepare for them?
• What do you think is the ideal age for each of these stages of your life: (Explain your opinion.)
o Starting School
o Starting Dating
o Leaving School/starting work
o Leaving your parents' home
o Getting Married
o Having a Child
o Retiring
• Are you afraid of getting old?
• What is your ideal old age to live to?
• Do you prefer to live in the retirement home or live with young people?
• Should parents continue to finance their children after the children are 18?
Conversation Questions
Charity


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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: conversation questions   الثلاثاء يونيو 23, 2009 3:08 am

A Part of Conversation Questions for the ESL Classroom.
• Do you give money to registered charities? (e.g. Red Cross, World Wildlife Fund, Green Peace)
o Can you name some other registered charities?
• Do you think having large charity organizations is a good idea? Why or why not?
o What are some of the good points?
o What are some of the bad points?
• Do you think that locally run charity organizations are more effective?
• Are there any charities in (your town/city)?
o How about in (your country)?
o What are they?
• Do you give money to beggars or homeless people? Why or why not?
o If you give money to beggars or homeless people, about how much do you give?
• How do you know if a beggar is a real beggar?
• Do you think beggars should work in gangs or on their own? Would you offer a beggar any job you had to be done at home?Would you offer a beggar a job to help yo around you house?
• Would you rather give money to beggars or buskers? (Buskers are people who entertain you on the street for money, e.g. musicians)
• Would you rather give money to beggars who have a disability, older beggars, beggars with babies or child beggars? Why?
• Do you think it's acceptable for children to work late at night selling flowers and singing?
o Do you think these children need to be out doing this, or are they just earning extra money?
o What do you think will happen to these children in the future? Do they have a future?
• Do you think there should be more help for beggars, homeless and poor people in (your town/city)? How about in (your country)?
• Do you think (your town/city) should make a place for beggars and homeless people to go, like a homeless shelter?
o Do you think it would reduce the amount of beggars and homeless people on the street?
o Do you think it would encourage people to be lazy?
o What are some reasons that these people would not want to use such a shelter?
• If (your town/city) was to have a homeless shelter, who should run this place?
o Who should pay for this place?
o Should anybody be allowed to go to this place?
• Do you think the government should give money to homeless people?
o How about jobless people?
o If you think the government should give money, about how much money do you think should be given?
Conversation Questions
Children
A Part of Conversation Questions for the ESL Classroom.
• Were there many children in your family?
• How many children do you have. How many would you like to have.
• Do you enjoy being around children?
• When you were a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?
• What are the positive or negative things about being a child?
• Do you think that children are different today from the time when you were child? Or from 50 years ago? 100 years ago?
• What is most annoying or amazing thing about children?
• What is the most important thing that we need to teach children?
• Do you think that children are naturally good? Why or why not?
• What were some important experiences that you had when you were child which shaped you as a person?
• Why do you think children commit violent crimes?
• Do you think children are more violent today than they used to be? Why?
• What was your favorite game when you were a child?
Conversation Questions
Celebrities
A Part of Conversation Questions for the ESL Classroom.
• Have you ever seen a celebrity in person? What did you do?
• Which celebrity would you like to meet? What would you do if you could spend a day with this person?
• Do you think famous people have the right to have a private life?
• Do you think it's moral to sell your private life to the media?
• Do you approve of people who become famous as a consequence of appearing again and again in the media and not because of having an artistic career?
• What do you think of the papparazzi?
• Why do you think there is such a high demand for gossip magazines and gossip TV programs?
• What are the pros and cons of being a celebrity?
• What do you think of fans and fan-clubs ?
• Did you have any heroes when you were a teenager?
• Why do you think adolescents need to have heroes?
• Do you think being a celebrity automatically means the person is intelligent?
• Do you think that there are times when the common man has an edge over a celebrity?
Conversation Questions
Disaster
A Part of Conversation Questions for the ESL Classroom.
• Assistance
o Do you know someone who has done any volunteer work?
 What was it?
 Did he or she enjoy it?
 How can you help after a natural disaster?
 If you could volunteer to help after a natural disaster, what could you do?
 Have you ever volunteered to help in a disaster?
 What did you do?
 Did you enjoy it?
 Do you think the Internet can be helpful in a disaster?
 Could the Internet be used for bad purposes in a disaster?
o Financial
 Have you ever given money to a charity?
 How do you decide what charity to give to?
 Are you willing to donate money to help victims of a natural disaster in your country? How much?
 Are you willing to donate money to help victims of a natural disaster in other countries? How much?
 How much money should your government give to help victims of natural disasters in your country and how much to help people living in other countries?
o Disaster
 What is the Japanese word for disaster?
 What is a disaster?
 Have you ever been in a disaster?
 What are some different kinds of disasters?
 What kind of disasters are common in your country?
 What is the difference between a typhoon and a hurricane?
 What is the difference between a tornado and a hurricane?
 What is disaster insurance?
 Do most people have it?
 Are there ways we can prepare ourselves in advance to cope with disasters?
 What is PTSD?
 How are businesses affected by disasters?
 How are families affected by disasters?
 How are the problems solved after a disaster?
 If you had the power to stop a natural disaster that has happened in the past, which would you choose? Why?
 What is the difference between natural disasters and man-made disasters?
 Can you name a few of each type?
 Where do these usually often occur?
 Do some natural disasters occur repeatedly in the same area?
Do many people live in these areas?
 What are examples of man-made disasters?
 What examples are there of natural disasters?
 What kind of damage can occur in each case?
 Have you ever been in a natural disaster?
 Do you know anyone who has been in a natural disaster?
 Can you find someone in the class who has been in a natural disaster?
 What natural disasters occur in your country?
 Personal
 Are you prepared for a disaster?
 What can you do to prepare for a disaster?
 Do you know someone who has been in a disaster?
 How do you think you would react in a disaster?
 How can we help children who are victims of disasters?
 Does your family have a plan for what to do in the event of an earthquake?
 Have you ever been injured?
 Have you ever had a broken leg?
 Can you find the story of anyone who lived through a disaster?
 What would you do if you knew there would soon be a serious natural disaster and this could be your last day on earth?
Conversation Questions
Earthquakes
A Part of Conversation Questions for the ESL Classroom.
• Have you ever experienced an earthquake?
• When was the last earthquake that you remember?
• Has your house been damaged by an earthquake?
• What preparations should you make before the earthquake hits?
• What happens during an earthquake?
• Were you frightened the first time you experience an earthquake?
• What areas of the world have many earthquakes?
• What preparations should you make before the earthquake hits?
• What kind of injuries are caused by earthquakes?
o How do you treat these injuries?
• What frightens people most after an earthquake?
• How can you prepare for a possible earthquake?
• How can you deal with post traumatic stress resulting from an earthquake?
• Where is the best place to go during an earthquake?
• Is it possible to know in advance that an earthquake is coming?
• What kind of strange phenomenon occurred just prior to the Great Hanshin earthquake in Kobe, Japan?
• Is an earthquake always followed by a tsunami?
• What causes a tsunami after an earthquake?
• How do you measure earthquakes?
• Is your home built to withstand earthquakes?
o Where in your house would you hide if there were an earthquake?
• What causes aftershocks?
• Do you live in an area that has earthquakes?
o Are you afraid to be living in an earthquake prone place?
o Have you thought about moving?
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Conversation Questions
Habits
A Part of Conversation Questions for the ESL Classroom.
• Do you have any bad habits?
• Do you bite your nails?
• Do you over sleep? Do you sleep on the sofa?
• Do you sleep in your clothes?
• Do you eat late at night?
• What are some good habits to have?
• What are healthy eating habits?
• What are bad eating habits?
• What are good study habits?
• What are bad study habits?
• Where do we learn our habits?
• What are some of your bad habits?
• Do children learn bad habits at school or at home?
• Do you smoke?
• Do you drink alcohol?
• Do you spit on the street?
• Do you throw rubbish on the street?
• Do you smoke at public places?
• Do you sleep in class?
• Are you extremely lazy?
• Do you cut people off in the middle of their stories and conversations?
• Does your mother or father have any bad habits?
• Is it easy or difficult to get rid of a bad habit?
• Do other people's bad habits get on your nerves?
• Have you been successful in getting rid of a bad habit?
• Is always coming late a bad habit?
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: conversation questions   الثلاثاء يونيو 23, 2009 3:11 am

  Little Tommy (who was Jewish) was doing very badly in math. His parents had tried everything: tutors, etc., they tried everything they could think of. Finally, in a last ditch effort, they took Tommy down and enrolled him in the local Catholic school. After the first day, little Tommy came home with a very serious look on his face. He didn't even kiss his mother hello. Instead, he went to his room and started studying.

  Books and papers were spread out all over the room and little Tommy was hard at work. His mother was amazed. She called him down to dinner and to her shock, the minute he was done he marched back to his room without a word and in no time he was back hitting the books as hard as before.

  This went on for some time, day after day while the mother tried to understand what made all the difference. Finally, little Tommy brought home his report card. He quietly laid it on the table and went up to his room and hit the books. With great trepidation, his Mom looked at it and to her surprise, little Tommy got an A in math.

  She could no longer hold her curiosity. She went to his room and said: "Son, what was it? Was it the nuns?" Little Tommy looked at her and shook his head, no. "Well, then," she replied, "was it the books, the discipline, the structure, the uniforms? WHAT was it?"

  Little Tommy looked at her and said, "Well, on the first day of school, when I saw that guy nailed to the plus sign, I knew they weren't fooling around.
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