Learning a Foreign Language

• What is your mother tongue?
• How many languages do you speak?
• How did you learn your second language?
• What’s the best way to learn a foreign language?
• What methods do you use to remember vocabulary better?
• Is it necessary to write words down?
• Is it possible to understand and write well but not be able to have a conversation?
• What is value of learning languages?
• Why do some people have more difficulty than others when learning a language?
• To what extent do you agree that it’s better to learn language as a child? Why or why not?
• To speak its language well, how important is it to know something about the culture of a country?
• Are there some words that are similar in different languages?
• As a beginner, what are the first things that you need to be able to say?
• What are the problem areas that an intermediate learner may have?
• What are the problem areas that an advanced learner may have?
• When you travel to a foreign country, is it always easy to use your foreign language?
• How can the Internet be a helpful tool when learning a foreign language?
• Some people say that if you can teach something about your foreign language, then it you to understand it better. Do you agree?
• Have you ever tried learning a new language from a textbook with audio tapes?
• Is it good to sit an exam that shows your level in English?
• What do you know about IELTS and TOEFL?
• Can you learn a language by watching television?
• Do you use free language-learning exercises on the Internet?
• Have you ever paid for 1:1 lessons?
• Would you like to be a translator? Why? / Why not?
• Is the classroom the best place to learn?
• Can a good teacher influence how well you enjoy learning a language?
• Is it possible to teach yourself a language?
• What careers are possible if you speak a foreign language?
• What languages would you like to learn in future?
• What different techniques do you have for learning vocabulary?
• Do you need to write in a foreign language?
• Do you need to use your foreign languages at work?
• Do you think that knowing a foreign language might encourage you to live abroad in future?
• Is it a good idea to learn a language from a non-native speaker of that language?
• Are there any disadvantages?
• Do you know how large your vocabulary is in your foreign language?
• Could you teach your mother tongue to someone else?
• What personal qualities do you need to be an effective language learner?
• What tools can help you learn a foreign language?
• Have you ever made a telephone call in a foreign language?
• If yes, how did it go?
• Do you ever read websites in a foreign language?
• Is it possible to learn a language without studying grammar?
• Is knowing grammar more important than knowing vocabulary?
• Have teaching methods for language learning changed over the last 50 years?
• To speak a language well, why is it important to have an understanding of idioms?
• How did your best language teacher help you?
• Have you had any particularly poor language learning experiences?
• How old should a child be when a school introduces the first foreign language?
• Are teenage language exchange programs useful? Why? / Why not?
• Some people say “I’m no good at learning languages”.
• Is this just a question of attitude (because of a previous bad experience) or were some people born lacking the ability to learn a new language?

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