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  • Practice English Speaking with these 50 Conversation Topics

    You can NEVER become fluent in English by studying grammar and vocabulary. You MUST practice English speaking with Native English speakers to become a fluent and confident English speaker.

    This is the secret behind the award-wining Spoken English Practice method. You can learn more here.

    So what kind of topic are used in our Spoken English classes? Listed below are 50 English conversation question topics that are used commonly in our lessons. These questions are designed to invite fluid conversation that eases itself into other relatable topics. Use these ideas to get you started, then come up with your own!

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    Practice English Speaking with these 50 Conversation Topics

    1- What did you want to be when you were growing up and why?

    2- The difference in daily vitamin intake in your cultures

    3- Your main method of transportation to and from work

    4- Do you drink coffee in the morning? Tea?

    5- What was your relationship with your siblings like growing up?

    6- How often do you get to visit your parents?

    7- Did you ever participate in school clubs?

    8- Do you play any instruments? How many?

    9- What was the worst thing you have ever cooked?

    10- What is the most memorable vacation you have ever been on?

     

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    11- Do you have any allergies? What are they?

    12- What age and where did you learn how to swim?

    13- How many countries have you been able to visit besides your own?

    14- Besides English, have you learned any other languages?

    15- What is the storyline of your favorite television show?

    16- Do you prefer to visit the mountains or the oceans?

    17- At what age did you learn to drive a car?

    18- What was the first large purchase you made on your own?

    19- Have you ever been bitten or stung by an animal or insect?

    20- Are there any foods that you do not like?

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    21- Do you think having a high paying job is more important than having a job that makes you happy?

    22- Have you ever slept in a tent overnight?

    23- Do you have any tattoos or body piercings?

    24- Do you like having your picture taken?

    25- Do you agree with your government’s gun control laws?

    26- What did you do with the first tooth you lost?

    27- Do you consider yourself more of an optimist or a pessimist?

    28- Who does the grocery shopping in your family?

    29- What is the most exotic animal you have ever seen?

    30- Do you have any ‘good luck’ charms?

    31- What is your favorite flavor of ice cream?

    32- Have you ever been on a boat ride?

    33- What is your greatest pet peeve and why?

    34- Do you use reusable water bottles or plastic water bottles?

    35- How do you keep up on current events?

    36- Are you afraid of sharks or open water?

    37- Have you ever failed at anything?

    38- What is your favorite animal and why?

    39- Have you ever broken a bone? If so, where and how did it break?

    40- What was your first pet?

    41- Did you have household chores growing up?

    42- Have you ever been in a fist fight? If so, what was the reasoning?

    43- Do you have any collections? If so, what of?

    44- What is your favorite English word and why?

    45- What was the coldest you have ever been and what was the circumstance?

    Spoken English Practice Rating by Yurij
    Yurij From Russia
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    I finally passed my IELTS exam and got the results I wanted (L-8.5, R-8.5, W-7.0, S-7.0, O-8.0). Thanks for the service. Emily was a great conversation partner. She always prepared good topics and questions. On the writing part of the exam I got a topic related to one of the topics we had discussed with her. It was about zoos and elephants and was very helpful. Practice is extremely important for learning to speak English. Spoken English Practice provided me with a lot of practice on a regular basis.In the beginning, it was hard for me to remember words and speak fluently. From time to time, I had to look up words in a dictionary. Sometimes I knew the word but could not remember it until I looked it up in dictionary. After some time it became much easier. I get accustomed to the words I use the most. I also learned to replace the exact words I cannot remember with other words that are not exact but have a close meaning. As a result, I became much more fluent and more confident in my speaking skills

    46- Have you ever laughed so hard that you cried?

    47- Did you ever climb trees as a child?

    48- What is the best prank you have ever pulled?

    49- Do you play any sports? When was the last time you were on a team?

    50- Do you think there is a possibility of life elsewhere in the universe?

    Discussing these questions will naturally open up other new topics you have never spoken about before. In addition, these question topics are varied and unique so there is plenty of opportunity for new English vocabulary!

    Of course, not all of these topics will apply to you or your conversation partner when you practice English speaking. That in and of itself is a conversation starter. Perhaps some of these questions have no answer because you’ve never experienced them. You can discuss why or why not a certain question is applicable. In addition, do not be afraid to delve into deeper, more personal, or controversial topics with your English conversation partner. Often times, our greatest language enrichment comes from our emotionally charged discussions and conversations.

    Question prompts are a great idea if you and your English partner are running out of topics to practice English speaking. Obviously, there are thousands of more question prompts to incorporate into your English lessons. Feel free to make your own list of question prompts after you and your conversation partner have discussed all these prompts!

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