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Speaking Club August 9th😇😊

Level 3:

Advantages of Gaming:

• What do you think are the educational benefits of playing video games?

• How can gaming improve problem-solving skills?

• In what ways can playing games enhance creativity?

• Do you believe that teamwork and cooperation are skills that can be developed through gaming? Why or why not?

• Can playing video games help improve hand-eye coordination? How?

• What are some potential career opportunities that can arise from a strong background in gaming?

Disadvantages of Gaming:

• How can excessive gaming impact a person's academic performance?

• What are the potential negative effects of spending too much time on video games?

• How might excessive gaming lead to social isolation?

• Do you think that violent video games can influence aggressive behavior in real life? Why or why not?

• What steps can individuals take to avoid the negative impacts of gaming addiction?

• How can parents effectively manage their children's gaming habits to prevent negative consequences?

General Gaming Questions:

• What types of video games do you enjoy playing the most?

• How often do you engage in gaming, and for how long each time?

• Can you describe a memorable experience you've had while playing a video game?

• Do you prefer single-player or multiplayer games? Why?

• Are there any video games that you consider to be more than just entertainment, such as works of art or meaningful experiences?

• What are your thoughts on the advancement of virtual reality (VR) gaming technology?

Cultural and Social Aspects:

• How has the perception of gamers changed over the years?

• Are there any cultural differences in how people view gaming as a hobby?

• In your country, is there a strong esports (competitive gaming) scene? If so, how popular is it?

• What are some ways in which gaming has influenced popular culture, such as movies, music, and fashion?

• Can gaming be a tool for bridging cultural gaps and promoting understanding between people from different backgrounds?

• Play your cards right:

• Definition: To make the best decisions and take the right actions to achieve a favorable outcome.

• Example: "If you play your cards right in the negotiation, you might be able to secure a better deal."

• Roll the dice:

• Definition: To take a chance or a risk in a situation where the outcome is uncertain.

• Example: "Deciding to start a new business was like rolling the dice, as success was not guaranteed."

• Hold all the cards:

• Definition: To be in a position of control or advantage in a situation.

• Example: "In the negotiations, she held all the cards because she had the most valuable information."

• Wild card:

• Definition: An unpredictable factor that can influence a situation in unexpected ways.

• Example: "The weather is a wild card for our outdoor event; we can't predict if it will rain or be sunny."

Throw in the towel:

• Definition: To give up or concede defeat in a challenging situation.

• Example: "After struggling for months, the team decided to throw in the towel and discontinue the project."

Level 2:

• Who is someone you admire for their success? Why?

• What does the word "success" mean to you?

• Can you think of a famous person who worked really hard to achieve their goals?

• What is a goal you have that you'd like to achieve in the future?

• How can being determined and not giving up help you become successful?

• Can you name a successful person who helps others or gives back to their community?

• What are some things you can do every day to work towards being successful?

• How do you feel when you accomplish something you've been trying really hard to do?

• Why is it important to keep learning new things even after you achieve success?

• What are some skills or qualities that successful people often have?

• Can you think of a time when you practiced something a lot and got better at it?

• What do you think is the difference between trying your best and being successful?

• Why is setting goals a good way to work towards success?

• Can you tell a story about someone who faced challenges but didn't give up and became successful?

• How can being positive and having a good attitude help you achieve your goals?

• What is one thing you can do today to take a step towards being successful in the future?

• What do you think makes a place a great or the best place to live?

• What are some important factors to consider when choosing the best place to live?

• Do you prefer living in a big city, a small town, or the countryside? Why?

• What types of amenities or facilities do you think are essential for a good living environment?

• If you could choose any place in the world to live, where would it be and why?

• Reach for the stars:

• Meaning: To set ambitious goals and aim for the highest level of achievement.

• Example: "Even though it's challenging, she always encourages us to reach for the stars in everything we do."

• Strike while the iron is hot:

• Meaning: To take advantage of a favorable situation or opportunity at the right moment.

• Example: "He decided to start his own business when he saw a gap in the market; he wanted to strike while the iron was hot."

• Home is where the heart is:

• Meaning: Your true home is the place where you feel most comfortable and happy.

• Example: "Even though they travel a lot, they always say that home is where the heart is."

• A breath of fresh air:

• Meaning: Something new and refreshing, often used to describe a change of environment.

• Example: "Moving to the countryside was a breath of fresh air for them after years of living in the city."

• Settle down:

• Meaning: To establish a permanent home or place of residence.

• Example: "After years of traveling, they decided it was time to settle down and start a family."

• The grass is always greener on the other side:

• Meaning: People often think that other places or situations are better than their own, but this isn't always true.

• Example: "She thought that living in the city would be much better, but now she realizes that the grass isn't always greener on the other side."

Osman Saif


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