These are Teflpedia's conversation questions by subject for use in class. Our article "conversation questions" has further suggestions for using these in class, along with links to other sites on the web where ESL conversation questions and ESL conversation topics may be found.
Although we have all types of ESL discussion topics at Teflpedia, many of our conversation questions will need quite advanced English skills.
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Bear in mind that the aim is to get students talking, not just to answer yes or no to the questions, even when those questions are polar questions, and there won't be any "right" or "wrong" answers. Although the format may look like a questionnaire, the idea is that the questions are mere prompts/cues for meaningful communication and should not just be "ticked off" in rapid succession. Likewise, (possibly) depending on the level of the students, you may consider drawing up further questions to existing conversation questions and even creating a whole new page of conversation questions as a class activity.
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Pages in category "Conversation questions"
The following 156 pages are in this category, out of 156 total.