English Conversation Topics

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Top 10 Conversation Starters for Adults If you’re looking for a quick or perhaps a more in-depth discussion, check out these 10 conversation starters for adults—perfect for your ESL speaking classes. They are appropriate for students in almost any country. If you want to start your ESL class off in style, with the students talking, sharing ideas and having fun, then you’ll need to consider using these Top 10 Conversation Starters for Adults.

#1: If I won the lottery Have students describe what they would do or what they would buy if they won the lotto. I usually specify an amount of $1,000,000. This is enough that you can do almost anything you want, but it’s not too unreasonable-it forces students to prioritize. #2: Bucket List Students need to think of five things they want to do before they die. You can give some examples to get them started, but most people are pretty familiar with this concept. #3: Guilty Pleasures Explain to the students what a guilty pleasure is–they likely won’t know the term in English. Then, it’s time for confession!

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English Conversation Topics Advanced

Here are ten conversation questions about adoption for your ESL or EFL class. See what your students think about adoptions and the adoption process! Here are some great questions for starting a conversation. There are a lot of random conversation starters to get you started and then conversation questions listed by topic. You can start with the random questions or find a topic that interests you. There’s no right place to start, just scroll down to wherever you want and get started!