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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! There are tons of ways to use these questions. The title would have you believe that there are 250 questions, but there are actually more. We have questions about TV / movies / books / music / apps / phones / sports / restaurants / travel / technology / clothes / goals / seasons / holidays / education / food we also have some weird conversation questions. This page and the page “Questions to get to know someone” are also available en español as a merged page. Random Conversation Starters Here are some conversation starters that span all kinds of topics. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.
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You can listen for free at our SoundCloud page below. You can download teacher’s notes to accompany them from our Facebook page or from this blog. All comments and feedback welcome! Give us a like and a share Parallel Universe: 3rd Conditional Conversation Practice Introduction This is a class for higher levels (B2+) to help students feel more comfortable and stumble less over complex past conditionals.
Here is a link to the printable handout: As the title suggests the focus is on using the conditionals in conversation so start out by telling the class that you don’t want them to write anything down except the bare conditional structure for reference. Tell them they are going to explore parallel universes in which they made different choices in their lives. Example: “Do you think you would have had the chance to meet her again?” Note on pronunciation I could have. Active or Passive Voice?
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