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Speaking Club September 13😇

Level 3

Topic: Technology and Social Media

• Do you think social media has a positive or negative impact on society? Why?

• What are the advantages and disadvantages of smartphones in our daily lives?

• Is it important for people to unplug from technology occasionally? Why or why not?

Topic: Environment and Sustainability 4. Should governments prioritize environmental protection over economic growth? Why or why not?

• What can individuals do to reduce their carbon footprint and promote sustainability?

• Discuss the pros and cons of electric vehicles compared to traditional gasoline-powered cars.

Topic: Education 7. What are the benefits of online learning, and what challenges does it present?

• Should schools teach more practical life skills, such as budgeting and cooking? Why or why not?

• What is the role of standardized testing in education, and is it effective?

Topic: Culture and Diversity 10. How does multiculturalism enrich a society? Share examples.

• Is cultural appropriation a serious issue? Why or why not?

• Should countries have an official language? Discuss the pros and cons.

Topic: Health and Wellness 13. Should junk food be banned in schools to promote healthier eating habits among students?

• What are the benefits and drawbacks of alternative medicine?

• Is it ethical to genetically modify humans to prevent certain diseases?

Topic: Travel and Tourism 16. Discuss the impact of tourism on local communities and the environment.

• Is it better to travel alone or with a group of friends? Why?

• Should countries promote "off-the-beaten-path" tourism to reduce overcrowding in popular destinations?

Question: "Have you ever been in a situation where you had to 'bite the bullet'? What happened?"

• Idiom: "Bite the bullet"

• Definition: To face a difficult or unpleasant situation with courage and determination.

• Example: "I had to bite the bullet and tell my boss about the mistake I made on the project."

2. Question: "Can you think of a time when you 'hit the nail on the head'? What did you say or do?"

• Idiom: "Hit the nail on the head"

• Definition: To describe or do something exactly right, without any error.

3. Question: "Have you ever 'let the cat out of the bag' by accident? What happened afterward?"

• Idiom: "Let the cat out of the bag"

• Definition: To reveal a secret or disclose information that was meant to be kept hidden.

• Example: "I let the cat out of the bag about the surprise party, and now everyone knows."

4. Question: "Have you ever 'burned the midnight oil' to complete a project? How did it turn out?"

• Idiom: "Burn the midnight oil"

• Definition: To work late into the night, usually to finish a task or project.

• Example: "I had to burn the midnight oil to meet the deadline, but the project was a success."

5. Question: "Can you think of a time when you 'bent over backward' to help someone? What did you do?"

• Idiom: "Bent over backward"

• Definition: To make an exceptional effort or go to great lengths to assist or accommodate someone.

• Example: "I bent over backward to help my friend move into her new apartment, even though it was a busy weekend."

6. Question: "Have you ever been in a situation where you 'had a chip on your shoulder'? How did you handle it?"

• Idiom: "Have a chip on your shoulder"

• Definition: To be easily angered or always ready to take offense.

• Example: "He always had a chip on his shoulder about criticism, which made it hard to give him feedback."

Level 2

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

• What's your favorite book, and why do you like it so much?

• If you could visit any place in the world, where would you go and what would you do there?

• What's your favorite animal, and what do you like about it?

• If you could invent a new flavor of ice cream, what would it be called, and what ingredients would it have?

• What's the most exciting thing you've ever done or experienced?

• If you could spend a day as your favorite fictional character, who would it be and what adventures would you have?

• What's the funniest joke you know?

• If you could have any pet in the world (real or imaginary), what would it be, and what would you name it?

• What's your favorite season, and what do you like to do during that season?

• If you could have any job when you grow up, what would it be, and why?

• What's your favorite food, and can you describe its taste?

• If you could learn any new skill or hobby, what would it be, and why?

• What's something kind or helpful you've done for someone recently?

• If you could make one rule that everyone in the world had to follow, what would it be

• Question: "Have you ever felt like you were 'walking on air'? When did you feel this way?"

• Idiom: "Walking on air"

• Definition: To feel extremely happy or delighted.

• Example: "When I got my puppy for my birthday, I was walking on air for days!"

• Question: "Can you think of a time when you 'hit the jackpot'? What did you win or achieve?"

• Idiom: "Hit the jackpot"

• Definition: To experience great success or good luck, often unexpectedly.

• Example: "I hit the jackpot when I found my favorite toy that I thought was lost forever."

• Question: "Have you ever 'caught red-handed'? What did you catch someone doing?"

• Idiom: "Caught red-handed"

• Definition: To be caught in the act of doing something wrong or committing a misdeed.

• Example: "I caught my little brother red-handed, sneaking cookies from the jar."

• Question: "Did you ever 'cry over spilled milk'? What happened, and how did you feel afterward?"

• Idiom: "Cry over spilled milk"

• Definition: To worry or be upset about something that has already happened and cannot be changed.

• Example: "I accidentally knocked over my juice, but there was no use crying over spilled milk, so I cleaned it up."

• Question: "Have you ever 'burned the midnight oil'? Why did you stay up late, and what were you working on?"

• Idiom: "Burn the midnight oil"

• Definition: To work or study late into the night.

• Example: "I had to burn the midnight oil to finish my school project on time."

• Question: "Have you ever been 'over the moon' about something? What made you feel this way?"

• Idiom: "Over the moon"

• Definition: To be extremely happy or excited about something.

• Example: "When I got my first bicycle, I was over the moon with joy."


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