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1 What time do you usually get up during the week and at the weekend? What do you prefer for breakfast? Do you prefer a continental or English breakfast? What time do you start and finish school? How do you get to school? How long does it take? How many hours do you sleep? Is it enough? What do you usually have for lunch? What do you prefer? Do you usually have a snack at mid-afternoon? What do you have? What do you do in the afternoon after school? How much T.V do you watch a day? What s your favourite programme? Do you go on the internet every day? How long for? How often do you have a shower or bath? Do you sing in the shower? Do you help your parents with the shopping? When do you do sport? What do you do? How often do you go away? Do you go out much during the week? Do you have any bad habits? How often do you go to the cinema? What kind of films do you like? How far do you walk every week? When do you relax? How do you relax? What kind of books dour you read? Do you read a lot? Do you help in the house with the housework? What do you do? What time do you go to bed on Saturdays? Do you do homework on Saturdays? When do you eat too much?

2 Do you go shopping with your friends? How often? What do you usually buy on holiday? Do you prefer a holiday in the mountains or on the beach? Where do you generally go? Do you live in a house or a flat? Do you like it? Why/ Why not? Do you have any brothers or sisters? How old are they? What do you think about this lesson? Do you like living in Italy? Why / Why not? Who do you like most in your class? Do you go to church on Sundays? Every Sunday? Do you ever stay at home when there is a test at school? Which subject? Do you go to Scouts? Why / Why not? Do you cook? What do you cook? Is it delicious? Do you listen to music when you study? What kind of music? you look at your mobile? Do you listen to music in the car? What do you listen to? What flavour ice-cream do you prefer? What do you do on your birthday? Do you like your school? Why / Why not? Do you like living in Verona? Why / Why not? What do you want for Christmas? Do you help your friends with their homework? Which subjects? What musical instrument do you play? Is it easy? Do you do any martial arts? What martial arts do you like? What pet do you have? Do you like it? Why / Why not?

3 you look at your mobile? you speak to your mum? How often do you go out with your friends? Where do you usually go? you go to the toilet? What football team do you support? Do you ever cry? smoke? How many a day? eat too much? shout? How far do you walk a week? How many times a year do you go on holiday? Where? Does anyone misbehave in this class? you look in the mirror? How many hours of T.V do you watch a day? What do you watch? you swear? Do you snore at night? When do you get stressed? What do you think about your country? speak too loudly or too much? have a strange hobby? Which teacher do you like the most? Which do you hate? What do you watch on YouTube? Do you study the most in your class? Who studies the most? Verona?

4 Do you do enough exercise? What do you do? How often? Do you ever leave the house without your mobile? What housework do you do? Do you like it? How often? smoke? How many a day? speak too loudly? Do you think your family is normal? How do you celebrate your birthday? And Xmas? How many times a year do you go on holiday? Where? Do you ever play a musical instrument? Would you like to? Do you prefer going abroad on holiday or staying in Italy? Do you think there are any strange people in this class? What sort of things do you generally worry about during the day? What do you like cooking? Do you enjoy reading? What? Do you go skiing in winter? Why/ why not? Where? Verona? And least? Italy? And least? How far do you walk a week? How often do you eat out? Where? Does anyone go to church in your family? How often? Do you think the T.V in Italy is good? Why not? What extreme sports do you do? Would you like to try one? Do you ever gossip? What do you gossip about? Which football team do you support?

5 What do you do? Do you like it? What would you like to do? Do you get overtime? Do you like playing host? Why/ Why not? Do you get paid overtime? How many coffee breaks do you have at work? Do you do any other courses in the evenings? Would you like to? How do you deal with stress? Do you do enough exercise? What do you do? How often? When do you overeat? Do you enjoy reading? What? How long do you spend in traffic each day? How do you do it? Do you ever leave the house without your mobile? How many hours do you work a week? Do you get on with your boss? And your colleagues? What responsibility do you have at work? How do you commute to work? How long does it take? Why do you work? What newspaper do you usually read? How many coffees do you need in the morning to get up? Do you feel optimistic about the future? Why/Why not? What do you like cooking? Do you ever travel for work? Where do you go? Do you like it? Do you overuse your mobile or the internet? Do you text while you re driving?

6 What housework do you do? Do you like it? How often? Do you go skiing in winter? Why/ why not? Where? Do you believe everything you read in the newspapers? Why not? drink too much? Do you always agree with your partner? Why/ Why not? Italy? And least? Who do you hate most on this planet? What do you do in your free time to improve your English? Do you think your family is normal? How far do you walk a week? How many times a year do you go on holiday? Where? How often do you eat out? Where? Who does the ironing in your family? Do you meditate? Why/ why not? smoke? How many a day? speak too loudly? Verona? And least? England? And least? Do you dream in English? have any strange habits? Do you ever worry you are going mad? Do you dance? What? When? How do you celebrate your birthday? And Xmas? Do you ever fall asleep watching a movie? What movies do you like?

7 Does anyone go to church in your family? How often? Do you like sightseeing or do you prefer a lazy holiday? Do you think the T.V in Italy is good? Why not? Do you try to speak English when you go abroad? How does it go? What music do you need to listen to to relax? Which football team do you support? How often do you daydream? What about? What extreme sports do you do? Would you like to try one? Do you think your parents are really proud of you? Why/ Why not? Do you ever sleep in or do you always get up at the same time? Do you ever gossip? What do you gossip about? Why do Italians worship food so much? Do you? Do you ever play a musical instrument? Would you like to? Do you ever talk to yourself? Why / Why not? Does your family agree about politics? Why / Why not? Do you prefer going abroad on holiday or staying in Italy? Where do you think people are more relaxed than Italy? Do you think there are any strange people in this class? What do you do if you make a mistake at work? Do you ever wish you were born in another country? Why/ Why not? What sort of things do you generally worry about during the day? Does your boss ever thank you? Do you ever use Facebook to show off? Do you use Facebook a lot? How often do you go to the Doctor s or hospital a year?

8 Now the easy part. Split the class into groups of 4 and tell them to pour the questions onto the table. Tell them to take turns taking a card and asking it to someone else. The goal is to create conversation. English4Italy.com If you want to mix things up, get the students to write 10 questions on a piece of paper and go around the class asking anyone. Make sure they make notes.

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