It’s Friday, which means it’s time for you to practice your advanced English speaking once more. This series of conversation questions deal with the subject of marriage and love (amongst other things.)
Part 1 of the speaking class
- Would you ever get married in Las Vegas? Is it romantic or stupid?
- Would you marry a man who was fife foot five? Would you marry a woman who was five foot (if there are any short people in this class then please answer “yes, of course.”) Would you marry someone who was freakishly tall?
- Have you ever worn an Elvis Presley costume? What’s the coolest fancy dress you’ve ever worn?
- What’s your favourite chocolate bar? What’s your favourite chocolate? What’s your favourite sweet?
- Are you addicted to chocolate? Are you addicted to work? Are you addicted to exercise?
- How easy is it/was it to have an argument with your father?
- What’s the popular image of an English football fan? Is it fair?
- How often do you watch live sporting events in the stadium? What’s the difference between that and TV?
- What is the popular conception of Germany in this country? Is it fair?
- The Smiths, the Cure or The Clash?
Part 2 of the advanced English speaking class
- What are the advantages and disadvantages of looking for a husband/wife online?
- Is it stupid to get married in your twenties?
- Do you like French literature, cinema and culture? Why/why not?
- Whose ring are you wearing? Whose ring will you be wearing in ten years’ time?
- What’s the point in getting married?
- What’s the best and worst thing about attending a wedding?
- What’s the most important quality a potential spouse must/must not have in your opinion?
- Do you agree or disagree with Rokeby’s idea that you should do a detailed analysis of any person you are going to marry? Isn’t it unromantic?
- Did you like Friends? What’s the funniest series of all time? Why was it so funny and who was your favourite character?
- Why are more and more people getting divorced these days?
Thanks for attending this advanced English speaking class. See you next week.
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