Speaking Club

NEW

NEW

+ New English/French/Spanish meeting times      219 / 250 Premium icon

COMMUNITY GOAL:
When we reach 250 Premium members we will add:
+2 English meeting times | +1 French meeting time | +1 Spanish meeting time.

USA-icon Timetable United-kingdom-icon

This week

starting 17/01

Guests:
57

All times are displayed in your local time zone
Thumbnail

Part 1 – Speaking

1. How much do you speak during the day?
2. Do you need to speak a lot in your work?
3. Do you talk a lot with your friends?
4. How often do you speak with your family?
5. Are you comfortable speaking in public?
6. How important is speaking well to you?
7. Would you like to speak more or less?
8. What do you like speaking about the most?

Part 2 – Agriculture‎

1. Would you want to grow all your food, why or why not?
2. What is the most common agricultural export from your country?
3. What agricultural product does your country import the most?
4. How much agricultural space does the average house in your town have?
5. What are natural ways to deter pests from agricultural areas?
6. What is agriculture’s role in the world economy?
7. How have agricultural practices changed in the past century?
8. How can current agricultural practices be improved?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. How competitive are you?
2. What quote do you find most inspiring in your life?
3. How often do you remember your dreams?
4. How do you cheer yourself up when you’re sad?
5. If you were a color, what would you be?
6. What’s your favorite holiday tradition?
7. What music genre reflects your personality best?
8. What do you do right before falling asleep?

Guests:
47

All times are displayed in your local time zone
Thumbnail

Part 1 – Advice

1. What’s the best piece of advice you could give anyone?
2. What advice do you wish you had received?
3. What advice would you give the leader of your country?
4. What advice do you have about being successful in love?
5. What advice do you have for people who want to study English?
6. What advice do you have about being successful with money?
7. Should you always listen to advice?
8. Would you look for advice online?

Part 2 – Experience

1. What are life experiences that you really want to have?
2. Do you find shared experiences or solitary experiences more special?
3. What is a memorable experience that you had with a stranger?
4. What area of expertise are you most experienced in?
5. How do you document experiences?
6. What experience would you like to relive?
7. What experience should all young people have?
8. “Experience is the teacher of all things” – Julius Ceasar. What are your thoughts?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. What language sounds the most beautiful to you?
2. If you had to only read one book for the rest of your life, what would it be?
3. Do you prefer to watch movies in a theatre at home?
4. How would you describe your personality in five words?
5. What is the last goal you achieved?
6. What outdated technology do you wish was more common nowadays?
7. If you could teleport anywhere this instant, where would you go?
8. How much do you enjoy solitude?

29

All times are displayed in your local time zone

Thumbnail

Part 1 – Food

1. Is food an important part of your life? 
2. Can you go without food for a whole day?
3. Do you try to watch what you eat?
4. What is the most popular dish in your country?
5. What kinds of international cuisine do you like?
6. Are you fussy or particular about the food you eat?
7. Do you care where the food you eat comes from?
8. Can you eat anything?

Part 2 – Fast food

1. What’s your favorite fast food?
2. What time of day are you most likely to get fast food?
3. What country is your favorite fast food from?
4. What are some trends in fast food where you’re from?
5. How do you feel about children eating fast food?
6. What is a popular fast food restaurant that you don’t like?
7. What makes fast food be fast food?
8. What is the future of fast food and why?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. How often do you write down goals?
2. How do you feel about Virtual Reality and the “Metaverse”?
3. What is something you’ve learned in the past year?
4. Do you believe in love at first sight?
5. If you launched a podcast today, what would it be about?
6. What do you love most about yourself?
7. Where would you take a foreign exchange student in your hometown?
8. What is your earliest memory?

26

All times are displayed in your local time zone

Thumbnail

Part 1 – Unique

1. What is something unique about you?
2. Do you own anything unique?
3. Do you have a unique way of thinking?
4. Do you prefer to be unique or to fit in?
5. Who is someone unique in your life?
6. What makes someone unique?
7. What is unique in your job?
8. What is unique about your country?

Part 2 – Puppets

1. Who was your favorite puppet as a child?
2. How often did you make shadow puppets as a child?
3. How entertained did puppets keep you as a child?
4. What do you think of ventriloquist puppets?
5. Do you think you would make a good puppeteer and why?
6. How many live puppet shows have you seen?
7. What are your thoughts on the statement, “Puppets are only for kids”?
8. How is puppeteering used as a metaphor in life?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. What song drives you crazy?
2. How do you feel about your day today?
3. What is your favorite board game?
4. What superpower would you like to have?
5. How often do you exercise?
6. What is a common life philosophy that you don’t agree with?
7. What was the last New Year’s resolution you made?
8. If you had to live in one era of history, when and where would you live?

31

All times are displayed in your local time zone

Thumbnail

Part 1 – Pets

1. Do you like pets?
2. How many pets have you had?
3. What animal do you think makes the best pet?
4. Do pets make good gifts?
5. Is a spider or a snake really a pet?
6. Do you think pet owners are often similar to their pets?
7. What do you think of restaurants and stores aimed at pets?
8. Do you know anyone with an unusual pet?

Part 2 – Funeral‎

1. What do you usually wear to funerals?
2. What is the typical procedure for funerals in your country?
3. “A funeral is a celebration of life”. What are your thoughts on this?
4. What do you think is the most moving song to play at a funeral?
5. How long after someone dies is there a funeral in your country?
6. What clothing is traditional to wear to a funeral in your country?
7. What do you think about funeral homes advertising their services?
8. How many eulogies are typically given at funerals in your country?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. What person, alive or not, would you like to spend a day with?
2. What advice would you give your last-year self?
3. Do you prefer to travel by yourself or with a group and why?
4. What childhood fantasy do you wish was true?
5. How often do you build fires?
6. Do you consider yourself an adrenaline junkie?
7. What is the most honorable profession?
8. What is a habit you’ve had since you were a child?

Guests:
30

All times are displayed in your local time zone

Thumbnail

Part 1 – Cities

1. Tell us about your city, please.
2. Where is the place that you most like in your city ?
3. What is your favorite city?
4. What are the biggest problems with living in cities?
5. Is it better to grow up in the city?
6. If you were city mayor, what changes would you make to your city?
7. How will cities in the future be different from those today?
8. Do you prefer city or country life?

Part 2 – France

1. What images come to mind when you hear the word “France”?
2. Where have you been in France? If you haven’t been, what do you think it’s like?
3. Where would you like to go to in France?
4. Who is your favorite French artist or musician?
5. What is the last news story you heard involving France?
6. If you had a week in France, where would you go and why?
7. What is France famous for, in your opinion?
8. How is France culturally different from the rest of Europe?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. What does a productive day look like in your life?
2. What issue do you think people need to pay more attention to?
3. How do you take care of your mental health?
4. Do you have any words you use that aren’t technically words?
5. At what age should kids have phones?
6. What would you most like to change about your life right now?
7. What is a childhood book that you taught you a lesson?
8. What are your thoughts on art’s role in society?

Guests:
33

All times are displayed in your local time zone

Thumbnail

Part 1 – City transport

1. How do you usually travel around your city?
2. What is the fastest way to get around your city?
3. Do many people walk in your city?
4. Are the buses very cheap in your city? Are they fast?
5. Is there a subway system in your city?
6. Is it safe to ride a bicycle in your city?
7. How is the traffic in your city during rush hour?
8. Are taxis very convenient in your city?

Part 2 – Directions

1. How well do you follow directions?
2. How often do you not follow directions?
3. When you buy a brand new appliance, do you read the direction manual right away?
4. Can following directions get you in trouble, why or why not?
5. If you were to give driving directions to someone, would you be more likely to give road names or landmarks?
6. How closely do you follow recipe directions when you are cooking?
7. When was a time that not following directions turned out to be a good thing?
8. How did you make sense of your direction in life?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. What is your taste in interior design?
2. What is the most distracting when you’re trying to focus?
3. What it the most inspiring thing about young people today?
4. What technology do you wish didn’t exist?
5. How would you like to be remembered?
6. What is your sense of humor like?
7. What childhood fantasy do you hold onto?
8. How tired are you right now?

Guests:
20

All times are displayed in your local time zone

Thumbnail

Part 1 – Money

1. What is the currency in your country?
2. What is the average salary in your country?
3. What kind of meal can you buy for $5 in your city?
4. Have you ever lost or found some money?
5. How important is money in your culture?
6. Can you be happy without money?
7. Do you always put your money where your mouth is?
8. “Money makes the world go round” – Do you agree?

Part 2 – Bank

1. How often do you use online banking?
2. What age were you when you opened your own bank account?
3. Did you have a piggy bank as a kid, or would you have liked one?
4. Do you ever get nervous when in a bank, why or why not?
5. Would you like to work in a bank, why or why not?
6. What do you think of offshore banking?
7. What changes would you make to how your bank operates?
8. How have banks changed in the last 25 years, and how do you think they will change in the next 25 years?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. How connected do you feel to your country?
2. What is something that makes you feel awkward?
3. When’s the last time you felt really lucky?
4. On a scale of 1–10, how good are you at small talk?
5. What country has the best food?
6. What do you think of graffiti?
7. What is the biggest issue that the world is facing today?
8. What is the best thing about humanity?

28

All times are displayed in your local time zone

Thumbnail

Part 1 – Companies

1. What are your favourite companies? 
2. What do you like about your company?
3. Which company would you love to work for and why?
4. Which companies do you think provide the best customer service and best products?
5. Do you think companies really care about the environment?
6. Do you think multinational companies have become too big and have too much power?
7. Which company makes the best adverts and commercials?
8. Do you think most companies look after their staff?

Part 2 – Entrepreneur

1. Who is the most successful entrepreneur?
2. How many people do you personally know who are entrepreneurs?
3. What would you pursue if you were an entrepreneur?
4. Does being an entrepreneur mean risking your finances, why or why not?
5. Should all university students have to take classes in entrepreneurship, why or why not?
6. What entrepreneur changed the world, for better or for worse, the most significantly?
7. How can your government support entrepreneurs?
8. What tools do entrepreneurs have now that didn’t exist 25 years ago?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. How do you define intelligence?
2. What is the most useless invention?
3. How would you describe your fashion taste?
4. How do you plan your day out?
5. How often do you dance?
6. Would you rather live with 100 people or 100 dogs?
7. How do you feel about zoos?
8. What is an activity you do for self-care?

31

All times are displayed in your local time zone

Thumbnail

Part 1 – Mind‎

1. What activities do you do to keep your mind sharp?
2. How open-minded do you consider yourself?
3. How long does it take you after waking up to have a sharp mind?
4. What supplements or food do you think help your memory?
5. How are the mind and the body related?
6. How does your mind play tricks on you?
7. How often does your mind keep you awake at night?
8. What do you think of the statement, “anything is possible when you put your mind to it”?

Part 2 – Instruments

1. How many instruments do you play?
2. What is your favorite instrument when played by itself?
3. What instrument is often used in traditional music in your country?
4. Do you prefer classical instruments or synthesized sounds in music?
5. What instrument have you always wished you could play?
6. What is the most unusual musical instrument in your opinion?
7. Should children have to learn an instrument in school, why or why not?
8. What musical instrument describes your personality?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. What is your #1 life philosophy?
2. How do your exercise your creativity?
3. How often do you drink soda?
4. What did you last volunteer for?
5. What’s the best documentary that you’ve seen?
6. What is something legal that should be illegal in your country?
7. Is art useful?
8. How do you decorate for holidays?

30

All times are displayed in your local time zone

Thumbnail

Part 1 – Women

1. What is the best thing about women?
2. Who’s the greatest woman you know?
3. Who are the greatest women in your country’s history?
4. Why do women like fashion so much?
5. What common characteristics do all women share?
6. How would the world be different if all leaders were women?
7. How will women be different 100 years from now?
8. “Being a woman is a terribly difficult task, since it consists principally in dealing with men.” Do you agree?

Part 2 – Exploration

1. Who is a famous explorer from your country?
2. What areas of your country have you not yet explored?
3. If you had a free year, what region of the world would you like to explore?
4. Would you rather explore the arctic or the deep sea and why?
5. What subject would you like to explore in-depth?
6. How necessary is it for young people to explore multiple career options?
7. How can we encourage children to explore their imagination?
8. How do you explore your mind?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. What was the last compliment you have someone else?
2. What website is overrated?
3. How often do you find yourself bored?
4. What is the longest travel delay you’ve ever experienced?
5. What is something that bores you but others find interesting?
6. What is the furthest you’ve ever traveled from your home?
7. When is the last time someone made you proud?
8. What is the most beautiful sight you’ve ever seen?

110

All times are displayed in your local time zone

FREE
Thumbnail

Part 1 – How many

1. How many books have you read this year?
2. How many people live in your city or town?
3. How many times a day do you check your email?
4. How many kids should be in a classroom with one teacher?
5. How many times a year do you go on vacation?
6. Does it matter how many years of education you have for your job?
7. How do you feel about how many times a day you check your phone?
8. How many possessions are too many possessions?

Part 2 – Population

1. How would you describe the population of your country?
2. How has your country’s population changed over the years?
3. Is the population of your cities growing? How is this affecting the countryside?
4. Is population growth a concern in your country?
5. Is your society moving towards an ageing population? Is this a problem?
6. Do you think a diverse population is good for your country?
7. What factors influence changing population patterns?
8. What will your country’s population look like in 50 years from now?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. What is the last bad habit that you broke?
2. How often do you nap?
3. Who is the most inspiring famous person?
4. What’s the fastest you’ve watched you’ve watched a TV series?
5. What is your favorite recipe?
6. Is it possible to be too talented?
7. What modern amenity would you rather do without?
8. Are you better at listening or talking?

Next week

starting 24/01

Guests:
2

All times are displayed in your local time zone
Thumbnail

Part 1 – Printing

1. How often do you print something?
2. What was the last thing you printed?
3. Do you have a printer in your house?
4. What are some common problems with printers?
5. What would you print if you had a 3D printer?
6. Do you think 3D printing will be common in the future?
7. How will 3D printing affect the world?
8. Would you print a car?

Part 2 – Banking‎

1. What do you think of online banking?
2. Do you do online banking or in-person banking more?
3. When did you start managing your own banking?
4. What applications help you manage finances and banking?
5. Would you want to be a bank teller, why or why not?
6. What’s a movie you’ve seen about a bank robbery?
7. How would you change banks to be more efficient?
8. How do you think banking will continue to evolve?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. What is your dream vacation?
2. Is procrastination ever a good thing?
3. Would you rather be the youngest or oldest child?
4. How often do you sing?
5. How do you keep up with the news?
6. Have you ever dreamed about being famous?
7. Which app do you use the most?
8. Do you ever talk to yourself? When and what do you say?

Guests:
1

All times are displayed in your local time zone
Thumbnail

Part 1 – Police

1. What do police uniforms in your country look like?
2. Would you like to be a police officer, why or why not?
3. How can the police in your country improve?
4. What training do you believe police officers should have?
5. What is a time that you called the police or wanted to call the police?
6. When was a time you were very grateful for police presence?
7. What are the qualities that every good police officer should have?
8. What are the general feelings towards police in your country?

Part 2 – Horses

1. What color horse do you find the most beautiful?
2. What’s your favorite book or movie about a horse?
3. How common is it for kids to learn horseback riding where you live?
4. Is horseback riding a sport, why or why not?
5. Would you rather ride a horse 100 miles or run 100 miles?
6. How often do you watch competitive horseracing?
7. How do you feel about horseraces?
8. Should horses be used just for hobbies (as opposed to working), why or why not?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. If you could master any instrument on earth, what would it be?
2. What job would you be terrible at?
3. What’s your favorite number? Why?
4. Who is your favorite entertainer (comedian, musician, actor, etc.)?
5. Who in your life is the worst at using technology?
6. What do you do to improve your mood when you are in a bad mood?
7. What keeps you up at night?
8. What is the most memorable lesson you learned from your parents?

1

All times are displayed in your local time zone

Thumbnail

Part 1 – Habits

1. Do you have any good habits?
2. Do you have any bad habits?
3. What good habits do you most admire?
4. What are bad eating habits?
5. Where do we learn our habits?
6. Do children learn bad habits at school or at home?
7. How can we develop good habits?
8. Which habit is the most important for parents to set as an example of for their children?

Part 2 – Productivity

1. What time of day do you feel most productive?
2. What are some strategies you use to be productive?
3. How do you relax after a long period of intense productivity?
4. Are you more productive with background noise or in silence?
5. Do you find it hard to be productive, why or why not?
6. How did the Coronavirus pandemic affect your productivity?
7. How can workplaces maximize productivity in offices?
8. How do you measure productivity?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. Have you traveled anywhere interesting lately?
2. What were you really into when you were a kid?
3. What job doesn’t exist now but will exist in the future?
4. Was there ever an event in your life that defied explanation?
5. What is the first thing that you think of in the morning?
6. Tell me about you.
7. What are some common misconceptions about your country?
8. What would you rate 10 / 10?

2

All times are displayed in your local time zone

Thumbnail

Part 1 – Fish

1. Do you like fish?
2. How important are fish in the food culture of your country?
3. Do you think fish make good pets?
4. Do you have a favorite fish dish?
5. Do you prefer to look at or eat fish?
6. Do you like going to fish markets?
7. What do you think fish dream about?
8. What questions would you like to ask a fish?

Part 2 – Biography

1. What is the most fascinating biography you’ve ever read or watched?
2. If you got to choose, who would write your biography?
3. What famous person’s biography do you relate to most?
4. Who could best write your autobiography other than yourself?
5. What story would you definitely include in your biography?
6. How important is it to know the biographies of politicians?
7. How do you feel about ghostwritten autobiographies?
8. What quote would be on the first page of your biography?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. If you had only 24 hours to live, what would you do?
2. What are three websites that you visit daily?
3. Have you ever met one of your heroes?
4. If you could live anywhere, where would you live?
5. If you owned a restaurant, what kind of food would it serve?
6. If life is a game, what are some of the rules?
7. Are you a very organized person?
8. Can you tell when someone is lying?

1

All times are displayed in your local time zone

Thumbnail

Part 1 – Technology

1. Is technology a good or a bad thing?
2. What new technology could you not live without?
3. How has technology changed society?
4. Has technology made us more impatient?
5. Do you think we’ve become obsessed with technology?
6. Does technology ever let you down?
7. What technology is dangerous?
8. What things would you never let technology replace?

Part 2 – Progress

1. How do you define personal progress?
2. How do you measure progress?
3. What goal are you currently in the progress of completing?
4. What are your thoughts on your current progress in life?
5. How is academic progress measured in your country?
6. What activity did you have the easiest time making progress in?
7. What activity did you have the hardest time making progress in?
8. What progress has your country made to fight climate change?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. What motivates you most in life?
2. Where & when do you get your best ideas?
3. What takes up too much of your time?
4. What was your favorite toy growing up?
5. What was the biggest realization you had about yourself?
6. What hobby would you get into if time and money weren’t an issue?
7. When was the last time you took a day off?
8. What were your favorite and least favorite subjects at school?

Guests:
2

All times are displayed in your local time zone

Thumbnail

Part 1 – Emotions

1. When was a time that you felt conflicting emotions?
2. What emotion does the color yellow make you think of?
3. How do you define emotional intelligence?
4. What kind of movie or book makes you the most emotional?
5. How do you feel about expressing emotion in public?
6. What do you think of the following: “The best art is emotional.”
7. How good are you at sensing the emotions of others?
8. What do you do to explore your emotions?

Part 2 – Boredom

1. What activity comes to mind when you hear the word “boredom”?
2. How often do you find yourself bored?
3. How do you entertain yourself when bored?
4. What sports do you find boring?
5. Do you think animals get bored, why or why not?
6. What are some benefits of boredom?
7. Do you think boredom is inevitable, why or why not?
8. What is the relationship between boredom and imagination?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. Do you usually break the rules or follow them?
2. What’s your dream car?
3. What makes people perfect for each other?
4. What’s the best thing to do on a cold winter day?
5. When was the first time you earned some money? Was it worth it?
6. What do you do when you can’t fall asleep?
7. How would you describe your family in one word?
8. If social media didn’t exist, how would your life be different?

Guests:
1

All times are displayed in your local time zone

Thumbnail

Part 1 – Marketing

1. Would you like to work in marketing?
2. What marketing tactics do you think are very successful?
3. What do you think of things like Christmas being marketed?
4. How has the Internet changed marketing?
5. How would you start marketing a product or idea you had?
6. What’s the best marketing campaign you know of?
7. How much of marketing is lying?
8. Do you think people pay too much attention to marketing?

Part 2 – Renting

1. What is the last thing you rented?
2. What objects in your life are cheaper to rent than to buy?
3. What equipment do you rent regularly?
4. How common is it to rent housing in your town?
5. How do you qualify for a home rental in your country?
6. What are pros and cons of renting your house?
7. What age do you have to be to rent a car in your country?
8. Should renter’s insurance be required for tenants, why or why not?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. What’s the most beautiful place you’ve ever been?
2. Would you like to write a book? About what?
3. What’s it like being you?
4. Working on anything exciting lately?
5. What’s the most annoying animal you’ve encountered?
6. What was the high-point and low-point of your day so far?
7. What are your favorite sports (and why)?
8. Where do you see yourself in five years?

Guests:
1

All times are displayed in your local time zone

Thumbnail

Part 1 – Unknown

1. What is something unknown that you would like to know?
2. Do you think we are alone in the universe?
3. Why do we dream?
4. What do you think is inside a black hole?
5. Is time travel possible?
6. Will robots take over the planet one day?
7. Is the unknown scary? Why or why not?
8. Would you like to know everything?

Part 2 – Archaeology

1. Where would you like to go on an archaeological expedition, and why?
2. In 500 years, what archeological artifact will tell the most about our civilization?
3. What is the most interesting archeological site you’ve been to?
4. Should important archaeological sites be protected by a country or by an international body?
5. What is the most interesting archaeological discovery that you have heard about?
6. What’s the most famous archeological artifact from your country?
7. How can archaeology teach us about past civilizations?
8. How interesting, generally, do you think archeology is?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. What was the last picture you took on your phone?
2. Where is the most beautiful place you have been?
3. When did you last feel on top of the world?
4. How do you relax after a hard day of work?
5. Can you remember the most wonderful day of your life?
6. Describe your dream house to me.
7. Have you ever broken a bone?
8. Do you wake up by yourself, to an alarm, music, or have someone else wake you up?

1

All times are displayed in your local time zone

Thumbnail

Part 1 – Computers

1. Do you like computers?
2. When did you use a computer for the first time?
3. What is your favorite software?
4. What would life be like without your computer?
5. Do you control computers or do they control you?
6. What is the worst thing about computers?
7. What would you miss most if your computer was taken away?
8. What would you like computers to do that they can’t do now?

Part 2 – Storage

1. How do you organize clothes for seasonal storage?
2. How do you store old photographs?
3. How much room does your house have for storage?
4. How much food do you store in advance?
5. How frequently do you clean out your home storage?
6. How frequently do you clean out your phone or computer storage?
7. How long is something in storage before you throw it away?
8. How do you feel about museums keeping works of art in storage?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. What’s the last movie you saw in theatres?
2. What makes a person beautiful to you?
3. How much do you think names affect the outcomes of people’s lives?
4. What’s your favorite drink?
5. When was the first time you used the Internet? How was it?
6. What would your perfect room look like?
7. What outdoor activity haven’t you tried, but would like to?
8. What are your favorite and least favorite parts of your week?

3

All times are displayed in your local time zone

Thumbnail

Part 1 – Appearance

1. How important is a person’s appearance?
2. What things do you first notice about someone’s appearance?
3. How do you think you look today?
4. When is your appearance most important?
5. Has your mother ever complained about your appearance?
6. What could you do to improve your appearance?
7. Are people obsessed with appearance today?
8. Is what’s on the inside more important than what’s on the outside?

Part 2 – Challenges

1. What is a big challenge you are facing right now?
2. How can you make challenges more fun?
3. If you had to make a challenge for yourself to achieve in the next year, what would it be?
4. What is a challenge that you turned down or did not achieve?
5. Do you enjoy overcoming challenges, or would you rather stick to easy things, and why?
6. What are the challenges that today’s children face?
7. What are challenges of the world today did not exist 100 years ago?
8. “Challenges make life interesting.” What are your thoughts?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?
2. Do people in your country recycle?
3. Would you rather watch or play sports?
4. What’s it like in your secret world inside your head?
5. How often do you check your emails?
6. When you are day dreaming, what do you dream about?
7. What book impacted you the most?
8. When was the first time you used a mobile phone? Who did you call?

1

All times are displayed in your local time zone

Thumbnail

Part 1 – Face

1. Are you good at remembering faces?
2. What is the first thing you notice on a person’s face?
3. What is recognizable about your face?
4. What part of your face would you like to change?
5. Do you prefer meeting people online or face-to-face? Why?
6. Are you any good at drawing people’s faces?
7. Have you ever had to face the music?
8. Do you take everything people tell you at face value?

Part 2 – Nonverbal communication

1. How do people indicate hello non-verbally in your country?
2. How important is eye contact when conversing with someone, in your opinion?
3. What are some nonverbal cues indicating that someone likes you?
4. What are some nonverbal cues that indicate someone does not like you?
5. Who can you non-verbally communicate with really well?
6. What situations do you find yourself non-verbally communicating in most often?
7. How do babies nonverbally communicate their needs to their parents?
8. How do students communicate non-verbally in class?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. What’s your favorite piece of clothing you own / owned?
2. Have any of your wishes ever come true?
3. What are you absolutely determined to do?
4. Do you have any pet peeves?
5. What did you like / dislike about where you grew up?
6. What’s an ideal holiday for you?
7. Who was your best teacher? Why?
8. When was the last time you had a headache?

5

All times are displayed in your local time zone

FREE
Thumbnail

Part 1 – Numbers

1. Are you good with numbers?
2. What are the important numbers in your life?
3. Do you have a lucky and unlucky number?
4. Are you a number?
5. What numbers do you look at every day?
6. Have you ever been, or are you now, number one?
7. Would you like a job in which you had to work with numbers?
8. What does it mean if “your days are numbered”?

Part 2 – Things

1. What is something you always have with you?
2. What possession do you value most and why?
3. You have to get rid of five things in your house. What are they?
4. What one thing would you give to your younger self as a gift?
5. What is something that you got for free that you would’ve paid for?
6. How often do you lose your things?
7. Do you prefer to have things or experiences and why?
8. What three things do you love most about yourself?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. When is the most relaxing part of the day for you?
2. What’s your favorite holiday?
3. What did you think was silly until you tried it?
4. What cartoons did you watch as a child?
5. Who is your favorite person in the whole wide world?
6. What’s something not many people know about you?
7. What age do you want to live to?
8. Do you think arguing is part of a relationship?

Girl medium

Your first meeting!


Watch this 3 minute Tutorial
It explains everything you need to know.


Everyone must use a camera
The times are in your local time zone
We use Zoom for the meetings
Join by clicking the Enter button
It will appear 15 minutes before the start.

See you in the Speaking Club!