Group Discussion Topic: Children

Hey everybody!  Sorry for the late post!

We will start the discussion with a beginner question, and then an intermediate question, and with the rest of the time we will ask the advanced questions!

We no longer have a Tuesday class, just a Monday class now.  However, because a  lot of interest was expressed, we will be starting a Saturday class in the very near future, probably in the afternoon. If you are available on Saturday and would like to join, please let me know!

If you are a student of mine, I hope to see you at one of the discussion groups. If anybody (student or not) has any questions about this blog, please let me know: Post a comment here, find me on twitter, or email me through my website. Thanks!

During the next group discussion class, we will be talking about children, both having them and being one. Here is a list of the lexis and possible questions which we may use during the lesson:



Be around

Be close to


Get along (well) with

Grow up


Shape s/o





A good time to V


  1. How many children do you have?

  2. What was your favorite game when you were a child? What was your favorite toy? What was your children’s favorite?

  3. Do you enjoy being around children?

  4. When you were a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?  What did your children want to be?

  5. Were you close to your parents? Did you get along well with your parents?

  1. What did your family like to do together when you were a child? How about when you were a parent?

  2. Do you think children watch too much television?

  3. Do you think that children are different today from the time when you were child?

  4. Is there a best time to have children? If so, when do you think that is?

  5. What is most annoying or amazing thing about children?

  1. Do you think it is important for children to learn English? Why?

  2. Do we have a responsibility to correct children when their parents aren’t around and they are misbehaving?

  3. What is the most important lesson that we need to teach children? What was the most important lesson your parents taught you?

  4. What were some important experiences that you had when you were child which shaped you as a person?

  5. Do you think that children are naturally good? Why or why not?

That’s it!  There a lot of questions this time, and some of the advanced ones are quite difficult, so please prepare and ask me questions if you need help!  You can email me too!  Hope to see you next time.


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