03rd April 2021

1. Did you have mathematics in your secondary school?
2. Did you like math lessons? (Why/Why not?)
3. Would you choose to study math now, if you could?
4. Do you use math to improve your life? If so, what are some examples?
5. What makes you happy?
6. Is it important to be happy all the time?

Talk about your favourite weather.
You should say
• What weather is your favourite
• Why it is your favourite
• What you do during this weather
and explain how this weather affects you.

1. How does the weather affect people in general?
2. Do people watch weather forecasts on TV nowadays? Why/why not?
3. Do you think the weather affects our clothing?
4. Do most of your friends like the same weather as you do?
5. What kind of weather do you have in your home country?
6. Is there any special celebration or a holiday linked to a certain season/weather in your country?
7. Do you think the weather affects the economy of your country? If so, how? 

09 April 2021

1. Where do you live, in a house or an apartment?
2. Do you like it?
3. Do you recycle?
4. Were you recycling in your childhood?
5. Do you make a list before going shopping?
6. Do you think it is a good idea to use lists at home or at work?

Talk about a friend you got in touch with after a long time without contact.
You should say
• Who he/she is
• How you got in touch with him/her
• How you lost contact
• And explain how you feel about him/her.

1. Is it really necessary to meet with friends in person? Why?
2. Do you agree that we should meet with friends frequently?
3. Are you optimistic about the way social media platforms will impact friendship in the future? 

1. Where do you work?
2. Why did you choose that profession?
3. What don’t you like about your profession?
4. Are you a happy person?
5. Why is happiness important?
6. What makes you happy?
7. Was there anything you have done recently that made your family happy?

Talk about a recent promise you made.
You should say
• What you promised
• To whom you made that promise
• Why you made that promise
• And explain how you feel about that promise.

1. Why do people make promises?
2. Is it OK to break promises? Why/why not?
3. Why can’t people understand sometimes that the other person can’t keep his/her promise?
4. Do you prefer a written contract or a verbal agreement?
5. Why are written contracts more important than verbal agreements?

Describe your home town.
1. What is your favourite colour?
2. Which colours do you dislike?
3. What type of clothes do you normally wear?
4. Do you wear different type of clothes at the weekend?
5. Do you go on picnics often?
6. When was the first time you went on a picnic?
7. Where do people usually go on a picnic where you live?
8. Why do people like picnics?

Talk about a time when you spoke a foreign language for the first time.
You should say
• What language it was
• With whom you spoke
• What you said
And explain how you felt about it.

1. Is it important to teach children foreign languages when they are little?
2. At what age should children learn a foreign language?
3. Is it a good idea to teach children two foreign languages simultaneously?
4. What is the best way to learn a language, through talking or writing?
5. Why do you think many languages are disappearing these days?
6. Does a language shape your culture?
7. Is language the only thing that influences a person?

16 April 2021

1. Let’s talk about farming.
2. How important is farming in your country?
3. Do you visit farms often?
4. How can we support farmers?

Talk about a time when you got lost in a town or a city.
You should say :
• Where and when it happened
• Who was there with you
• What you did when you got lost
And explain how you felt about it.

1. What kind of decision-making is needed in daily life?
2. When do we need decision-making skills?
3. Is it a good idea to make your own decisions?
4. How do people travel from one place to another in large cities?
5. What other methods of transportation are there apart from metro trains?
6. Is the increase in the number of vehicles responsible for traffic congestion?
7. What are some different types of culture in your country?
8. Do different cultures affect the development of a country? In what way?

1. What do you want to do in the future?
What subject do you find the hardest?
2. What distracts you from your study?
3. What do you do when you get distracted?
4. Is there a lot of furniture in your house?
5. Has anyone ever given you a piece of furniture?
6. What piece of furniture in your house do you like the most?

Talk about a person you know who often helps others.
You should say
• Who this person is
• Why this person likes to help others
• What this person does to help others
And explain why you have chosen to talk about this person.

1. Why do some people like to help strangers?
2. Should wealthy nations help poorer nations?
3. Is it a moral duty to help someone in need?

1. Have you ever been to a farm?
2. What kind of farms do you like?
3. Do you think farming is important?
4. Did you do farm work when you were young?
5. Do you have any information about growing and harvesting crops on a farm?

Describe a time when you had to wait in a long queue/line.
You should say :
• When it was
• How long the queue/line was
• Why you had to wait
And explain how you felt about waiting in this long queue/line.

1. What do people like to do while waiting in line?
2. Do people in your country often wait in a queue?
3. Do you think the development of technology has reduced the time people have to wait in queues?
4. How can companies improve their customer service?

23 April 2021


1. Do you like watching movies?

2. Who is your favourite actor and why?

3. Would you only watch movies that cast your favourite actors?

4. What movies do you not like watching?

Describe an important item that has been kept in your family for a long time.
You must say :
• What is it?
• Why it is important?
• How long did you have it for?
And explain how you feel about it.

1. Do you think history is important?
2. Why do you think so?
3. Some people say we can learn a lot from history. Do you agree?
4. Is it possible to teach children history at the museum?
5. Is it possible to use technology for teaching history to children?
6. Can this approach work with adults?
7. Can history explain the present?

1. Do you live in a flat or in an apartment?
2. What can you see from your window?
3. Do you remember people’s names when you meet them?
4. How do you remember them?
5. How do you feel when others don’t remember your name?


Talk about a situation when you got lost in a city. You must say:
• Where and when it happened
• Why it happened
• Who was there with you
• How you solved the situation
And explain how you felt about it.

Let’s talk about maps.
1. Do you think children should learn to read paper maps at school? Why?
2. Do you think it is an easy thing to learn?
3. What are the advantages and disadvantages of digital maps?

Let’s talk about making decisions.
1. What are some key points in life when people have to make a choice?
2. How important is the influence of others, when a person has to make a choice?



1. Do you recycle?
2. What did you recycle in your childhood?
3. Why do you think we should recycle?

Describe the happiest moment of your life.
You must say:
• When it happened
• Who was there with you
• What you did
And explain why it was the happiest moment of your life.

1. Do you prefer writing by hand or typing on a computer? Why?
2. What were some popular ways to deliver news in the past?
3. How do people access news today?
4. What has changed in the way information is delivered nowadays?
5. If the government has a message for the public, what is the best way of delivering it?