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Speaking Club August 26th😇😊





Level 3

• What's your dream job and why?



• Have you ever had a part-time job? How was the experience?



• Describe a career that you find interesting and explain why.



• What skills do you think are essential for a successful career?



• Have you ever faced a challenge at work or during your studies? How did you overcome it?



• Do you think it's better to have a stable job with a consistent income or a job that offers more adventure and variety?



• Have you ever thought about changing your career path? Why or why not?



• Share a memorable experience you've had related to your studies or work.



• How do you handle stress and pressure in a professional or academic setting?



• What role does networking play in building a successful career?



• Describe a time when you had to work in a team. How did you contribute?



• What's the most valuable lesson you've learned from a work or study experience?



• How do you see the future of your chosen career in the next 10 years?



• Have you ever had a mentor who influenced your career decisions? Tell us about it.



• What would be your ideal work environment and why?



• Share a story about a time when you had to adapt to a new situation or environment.



Idioms :



• Burning the midnight oil:



• Definition: Working late into the night.



• Example: "I've been burning the midnight oil to finish my project before the deadline."



• Break a leg:



• Definition: A way to wish someone good luck.



• Example: "You're going to do great in your job interview! Break a leg!"



• In the hot seat:



• Definition: Being in a difficult or uncomfortable situation, often facing scrutiny.



• Example: "During the presentation, I felt like I was in the hot seat with all those tough questions."



• Up in the air:



• Definition: Uncertain or undecided.



• Example: "The company's future plans are still up in the air, and we're waiting for more information."



• Hit the ground running:



• Definition: To start a new job or project with a lot of energy and effort.



• Example: "As soon as I joined the company, I was ready to hit the ground running and make a positive impact."



• Ball is in your court:



• Definition: It's your turn to make a decision or take action.



• Example: "I've given you all the information you need to make a decision. Now the ball is in your court."



• What's the most exciting adventure you've been on, and what made it memorable?



• If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go and why?



• What's your favorite way to relax and unwind after a busy day?



• If you could have any superpower, what would it be and how would you use it?



• What's the best piece of advice you've ever received, and who gave it to you?



• How do you stay motivated and focused when working towards a goal?



• What's a skill or hobby you've always wanted to learn, but haven't had the chance to yet?



• If you could spend a day with any historical figure, who would it be and what would you ask them?



• What's a book, movie, or TV show that has had a big impact on your life, and why?



• If you could start your own business, what kind of business would it be and why?



• Get a kick out of something:



• Definition: To really enjoy or find something amusing.



• Example: "I always get a kick out of watching funny cat videos online."



• All ears:



• Definition: Paying close attention and being ready to listen.



• Example: "I'm all ears—go ahead and tell me about your exciting weekend plans!"



Level 2



• What's your favorite movie of all time, and why do you like it?



• Who is your favorite movie character? Can you describe what they're like?



• If you could be a character from a movie for a day, who would you be and what would you do?



• What's the funniest movie you've ever seen? What made it so funny?



• If you could create your own movie, what would it be about, and who would be the main characters?



• Do you prefer animated movies or movies with real actors? Why?



• What's a movie that made you feel happy? What happened in that movie?



• If you could visit the world of any movie, which movie world would you choose and why?



• Can you act out your favorite scene from a movie you like? What happens in that scene?



• What's a movie you've watched many times? What do you enjoy about it each time you watch it?



• If you could give your favorite movie character a different ending, what would it be?



• Do you like movies with lots of action or movies with lots of singing and dancing? Why?



• What's the scariest part of a movie you've seen? How did you feel during that part?



• If you could meet a character from a movie in real life, who would you choose and what would you ask them?



• Imagine you're a movie director. What kind of movie would you make, and who would star in it?



Idioms:


• Behind the scenes:



• Definition: The hidden or less visible aspects of a situation, often referring to the behind-the-scenes work in creating a movie.



• Example: "While the actors were on screen, a lot was happening behind the scenes to make the movie look so great."



• On the edge of your seat:



• Definition: Engaged and excited, often because something is suspenseful or thrilling.



• Example: "The movie was so exciting that I was on the edge of my seat the entire time."



• Steal the show:



• Definition: To attract the most attention and admiration in a performance or event.



• Example: "The funny sidekick character really stole the show with their hilarious lines."



• Hit the big screen:



• Definition: When a movie is shown in theaters or cinemas.



• Example: "I can't wait for this new superhero movie to hit the big screen next week!"



• Silver screen:



• Definition: A poetic term for the cinema or the movie industry.



• Example: "Many talented actors have graced the silver screen throughout history."



• What social media platforms do you use, and which one is your favorite? Why?



• How do you feel when you see someone getting a lot of likes and comments on their social media posts?



• Do you think social media helps people stay connected, or does it sometimes make people feel more isolated?



• What are some positive ways people can use social media to share information and ideas?



• How do you handle negative comments or disagreements on social media?



• Can you think of any examples of misinformation or fake news spreading on social media? How can people avoid believing false information?



• Have you ever learned something new or interesting from someone you follow on social media? What was it?



• Do you think people sometimes portray a different version of themselves on social media? Why might they do that?



• If you could create your own social media platform, what features would it have to make it unique and enjoyable for users?



Idioms:



• Scroll through (something) / Scroll through your feed:



• Definition: To quickly look through content on a social media platform.



• Example: "I like to scroll through my feed in the morning to catch up on what my friends are doing."



• Like and share:



• Definition: To show approval or interest in a post on social media by clicking the "like" button and sharing it with others.



• Example: "If you enjoyed the video, don't forget to like and share it to spread the word!"



Viral content:



• Definition: Online content, such as a video or article, that spreads rapidly and widely across social media platforms.



• Example: "The funny cat video became viral overnight, getting millions of views and shares."


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