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Hello everyone:))

Are you ready to join the speaking club tomorrow ?

I have prepared the topics and the idioms for you:)


Level 3:


Relationships and Communication:

What are the key elements of a successful relationship?

How has technology impacted the way we communicate with others?

Is it better to resolve conflicts through face-to-face conversations or written communication? Why?

How do cultural differences affect communication styles?

How would you define a healthy relationship?

What are the key ingredients for effective communication in a relationship?

How do cultural differences impact communication in relationships?

What are some common challenges couples face in their communication?

How can active listening improve communication in relationships?

What role does trust play in maintaining a strong relationship?

How do you handle conflicts or disagreements in your relationships?

What are some effective ways to express love and affection in a relationship?

How important is compromise in a successful relationship?

How do you establish boundaries and maintain individuality within a relationship?

What are some ways to build and maintain strong friendships?

How does technology affect the quality of communication in relationships?

What impact does non-verbal communication have on relationships?

How can we improve our empathy and understanding in relationships?

What are the benefits and challenges of long-distance relationships?

How do you navigate communication differences between introverts and extroverts?


IDIOMS:

Break the ice:

Definition: To overcome initial social awkwardness or tension.

Example: "At the party, Sarah told a funny joke to break the ice and get people talking."

Keep someone in the loop:

Definition: To inform or include someone in the communication or decision-making process.

Example: "Make sure to keep me in the loop about any changes to the project timeline."

Hit it off:

Definition: To quickly establish a good connection or rapport with someone.

Example: "When they met for the first time, they hit it off immediately and became close friends."

Get on the same wavelength:

Definition: To have a shared understanding or similar way of thinking.

Example: "After discussing their ideas, they realized they were on the same wavelength and could work well together."

Lost in translation:

Definition: Misunderstood or not fully comprehended due to a language or cultural barrier.

Example: "The humor in his joke was lost in translation, and no one understood why he was laughing."

Cross wires:

Definition: To have a miscommunication or misunderstanding.

Example: "We crossed wires and ended up going to different restaurants for dinner."

Give someone the benefit of the doubt:

Definition: To trust or believe someone's good intentions, even in the absence of clear evidence.

Example: "Although he made a mistake, I'll give him the benefit of the doubt and assume it was unintentional."

Read between the lines:

Definition: To understand the hidden or implied meaning behind someone's words or actions.

Example: "She didn't explicitly say it, but I could read between the lines and tell she was unhappy."

Work and Career:

What are the qualities of a good leader in the workplace?

How important is work-life balance? How do you achieve it?

Would you prefer a job with a high salary or a job that you love? Why?

What skills do you think will be in demand in the future job market?

How would you define a healthy relationship?

What are the key ingredients for effective communication in a relationship?

How do cultural differences impact communication in relationships?

What are some common challenges couples face in their communication?

How can active listening improve communication in relationships?

What role does trust play in maintaining a strong relationship?

How do you handle conflicts or disagreements in your relationships?

What are some effective ways to express love and affection in a relationship?

How important is compromise in a successful relationship?

How do you establish boundaries and maintain individuality within a relationship?

What are some ways to build and maintain strong friendships?

How does technology affect the quality of communication in relationships?

What impact does non-verbal communication have on relationships?

How can we improve our empathy and understanding in relationships?

What are the benefits and challenges of long-distance relationships?

How do you navigate communication differences between introverts and extroverts?


Nine-to-five:

Definition: Refers to a typical full-time job or regular working hours.

Example: "She's tired of her nine-to-five job and wants to pursue something more creative."

Climb the corporate ladder:

Definition: To gradually progress in a hierarchical organization or advance in one's career.

Example: "He has been working hard to climb the corporate ladder and hopes to become a manager soon."

Put all your eggs in one basket:

Definition: To rely solely on one plan or opportunity, which may be risky.

Example: "He invested all his savings in one business venture, putting all his eggs in one basket."

Break new ground:

Definition: To pioneer or do something innovative that has not been done before.

Example: "Their research team broke new ground with their groundbreaking discoveries."

Catch someone's eye:

Definition: To attract someone's attention or be noticed by someone in a positive way.

Example: "Her outstanding performance caught the eye of her supervisor, who promoted her."

Go the extra mile:

Definition: To put in additional effort or do more than what is expected.

Example: "She always goes the extra mile to ensure customer satisfaction."


Level 2:


Superheroes:

Who is your favorite superhero, and what superpower do they have?

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

What makes a superhero special and important?

What superpower would you like to have and why?

If you could create your own superhero, what would their name and superpower be?

Who is your favorite superhero team (e.g., Avengers, Justice League) and why?

If you could meet a superhero in real life, who would it be and what would you ask them?

Can you think of any real-life heroes in your community? What makes them special?

My Hobbies:

What do you like to do for fun or in your free time?

Do you have any hobbies or activities that you enjoy doing regularly?

How does your favorite hobby make you feel?

What is your favorite hobby, and how did you get interested in it?

What materials or equipment do you need for your hobby?

Do you have any special achievements or memorable experiences related to your hobby?

Have you ever taught someone else how to do your hobby? How did it feel?

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


IDIOMS:


Save the day:

Definition: To successfully resolve a difficult situation or problem.

Example: "Thanks to the paramedics, they were able to save the day and rescue the injured hiker."

Leap tall buildings in a single bound:

Definition: To possess extraordinary abilities or talents.

Example: "She's so talented at math, it's like she can leap tall buildings in a single bound!"

Wear a cape:

Definition: To have a special skill or talent.

Example: "He may not wear a cape, but he's an amazing musician."

Get into the swing of things:

Definition: To become familiar or comfortable with a new activity or routine.

Example: "After a few practice sessions, she got into the swing of things and started playing tennis confidently."

Get one's creative juices flowing:

Definition: To inspire or stimulate creativity.

Example: "Listening to music always gets my creative juices flowing when I'm painting."

Have a ball:

Definition: To have a great time or enjoy oneself.

Example: "At the amusement park, we had a ball riding all the thrilling roller coasters."






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