Conversation Questions: Learning Languages
|What languages have you studied? How well can you read, write and speak each of them?
||Have you ever had a friendship with someone who spoke a different language? What language(s) did you use to communicate? How did it affect your relationship?
|Which language do you think is the most difficult to learn? Why?
||How do people who come from different regions of your country speak differently?
|Do you think it's ever possible to speak a language like a native? Explain your reasons.
||What kinds of judgements do you make about people based on their accent or dialect? What does accent or dialect tell you about someone's education, background, or income?
|What do you find most difficult to learn in English?
||Are some languages more beautiful to listen to than others? If so which? Are there any languages that you really don't like the sound of? Why?
|Why do you want to improve your English? For example: work, travel, pleasure.
||How is your personality different when you speak another language? For example, are you more or less outgoing?
|In what major ways is English grammar different from the grammar of your native language?
||At what did you begin studying a second language? Do think age affects a person's ability to learn a new language?
|What's the best way to learn a language?
||Do you think you learn more English inside or outside the classroom? What do you on your own to improve your English?
|Do you like to listen to music in other languages? Do you make an effort to understand the words?
||How often to you read in another language? What kinds of things do you read? Why?
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