Advanced English speaking – part 1
- What was the cause of the Greek economic downturn in 2011 and 2012?
- How did your country’s economy perform in 2012? What does the future look like?
- Name a market where in your opinion one company has a monopoly. How do they maintain this monopoly and what action should be taken against the company?
- What’s the best and worst thing about the game monopoly?
- What’s the best prisoner of war film you’ve ever seen? Do you think Prison-break was a good series? Why/why not?
- Do you think the price of property in this country is at its correct level? Would you like it to go up or down?
- Have you ever been to Trafalgar square? Tell us who you were with, what the weather was like, and what you did afterwards?
- Costa Brava or Covent Garden? Explain your answer.
- Should they erect a statue of you in the town centre? Why/why not?
- Explain logarithms to the class so that they all understand them.
- Explain what cryptology is to all the class.
- Have you ever been to Egypt? How was your experience? Would you like to go? Why/why not?
- Did you have to study history at school? Which period do you remember best?
- Which period of history would you like to live in and why?
- If your boss was a king would they be just or would the power transform them into a tyrant? What about yourself?
- Ceaser fell in love at first sight – do you believe in love at first sight?
- Cleopatra died from a snake bite. Do you like snakes, spiders, rats and other such things? Do you have any phobias?
- Cleopatra killed herself to avoid execution. Do you think executions are a good idea for violent criminals?
- What do you think of Cleopatra?
- It was common in the ancient world for members of a royal family to fight for power. Often to the death. How well do you get on with your brothers and sisters?
- Can a relationship work between a fifty-two year old and a twenty-two year old?
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