Speak English with people from all around the world!
It is the perfect way to practice your English, to learn to USE all the English that you’ve learnt in a real life setting.

How does it work?

The Speaking Club is a meeting online where people from different countries come together to practice speaking in English.

There are only two rules in the Speaking Club: 
1. Be nice! – it is not a competition, everybody is here just to practice English 🙂 
2. English only! – no other language is allowed.

Alright, here is how it works step by step: 

1. Watch the short video before the meeting.
   This is the topic for the speaking club, you can also take a quick look at the questions, but no need to prepare. 

2. Join the meeting on Zoom (Zoom is a free video-conferencing software like Skype). 
   The meeting will last 1 hour. 

3. The organizer will put you in a mini group of 3 people to start the first part. 
   This will last 15-20 minutes. There will be 3 parts in one hour. 

4. Have fun! 

If it still sounds complicated, don’t worry! I will be there to guide you in the beginning. 
Send me a message and let’s arrange a meeting on Zoom!

Anyone from any country can join. Your English level should be minimum Intermediate – we will check your English during our one on one meeting on Zoom.

Send me a message so we can get in touch and have a chat, I won’t bite 🙂

No, we don’t use Skype. We use Zoom, it’s a free video-conferencing software like Skype but it’s a little better for groups. You don’t need to create an account on Zoom. Just install it on your laptop and join a meeting.

The first time is completely free, with no obligations – just come and try for fun! 
If you wish to continue, the price is 5 USD per hour*. 

*The Speaking Club is completely free for native speakers!


Part 1 – End of the world

1. Do you think the end of the world will happen in our lifetime?
2. What is the most likely cause for a major catastrophe in your opinion?
3. What do you think the end of the world might look like?
4. Do you think the end of the world will be human-made?
5. Where would you like to be during the end of the world?
6. What would you eat the night before the end of the world?
7. What would the Earth look like after a major catastrophic event?
8. If just ten people could survive, would you like to be one of them?

Part 2 – Fear

1. What is your biggest fear for the world?
2. What is your biggest fear for yourself?
3. Why do we feel fear?
4. How often do you feel afraid?
5. What were you afraid of as a child?
6. Do you have any form of phobia or paranoia?
7. Do you like putting yourself in situations where you can feel fear?
8. Do you think society lives in fear?

Part 3 – Conversation Starters

1. What are your favorite sports (and why)?
2. What do you wish you could change about the world?
3. When was the last time you went to a good restaurant?
4. When did you last feel really, really angry?
5. What smell brings back great memories?
6. How different was your life one year ago?
7. Where would you spend all your time if you could?
8. What’s the most annoying noise?

Part 1 – Social Networking

1. What is social networking?
2. Have you joined any social networking sites? Are they fun?
3. What’s the best social networking site?
4. What new features would you like to see on social networking sites?
5. What are the pros and cons of social networking?
6. Should children be allowed to use social networking sites?
7. Would you prefer to meet new people at a party or online?
8. Are social networking sites changing our daily behaviour?

Part 2 – Legacy

1. Do you think legacy is important?
2. Do you consider your legacy your children?
3. What do you hope will be your legacy?
4. Whose legacy do you admire?
5. What do think will be the legacy of your generation?
6. What could you do to improve your legacy?
7. What musician has a great legacy in your culture?
8. Are you afraid of having no legacy?

Part 3 – Conversation Starters

1. What’s the best lesson you’ve learned from a work of fiction?
2. If you could have any animal as a pet, what animal would you choose?
3. What’s your favorite holiday movie?
4. How often do you stay up past 3 a.m.?
5. Who is your favorite person in the whole wide world?
6. What is something you can never seem to finish?
7. Why did you decide to do the work you are doing now?
8. What’s the most amazing true story you’ve heard?

Part 1 – Bicycles

1. Can you ride a bicycle?
2. What are your memories of learning to ride a bicycle?
3. Have you ever injured yourself falling off of a bicycle?
4. Do many people ride bicycles in your country?
5. Have you ever had your bicycle stolen?
6. What are the advantages of a bicycle over a car?
7. Do you think it’s dangerous in your country for cyclists?
8. Should cyclists always wear protective gear?

Part 2 – Learning

1. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘learning’?
2. When do you think we first start learning?
3. What kinds or methods of learning do you like best?
4. Do you have any learning difficulties?
5. What is the best learning experience you’ve had?
6. Do you think we ever stop learning? Are we ever too old to start learning something new?
7. What good and bad experiences have you had learning English?
8. Confucius said: ‘Thought without learning is perilous.’ Do you agree?

Part 3 – Conversation Starters

1. What’s the best sandwich you’ve ever had?
2. What do you wish you knew more about?
3. What do you bring with you everywhere you go?
4. What is special about the place you grew up?
5. What animal is the most majestic?
6. Where would you spend all your time if you could?
7. What do you do to improve your mood when you are in a bad mood?
8. Have any of your wishes ever come true?

Part 1 – Dating

1. What are the good things and bad things about dating?
2. What can you remember about your first date?
3. What is your idea of a great first date?
4. If you could go on a date with anyone in the world, who would it be with and why?
5. Would you ever go on a blind date?
6. Who pays on a first date?
7. Do you think dating today is any different from dating 50 years ago?
8. What should you never do on a first date?

Part 2 – Love

1. What is love?
2. Do you think it is possible to love everyone?
3. How do people fall in love?
4. What is your favourite love song and why?
5. How does love make you feel?
6. What does it feel like to say, “I love you”?
7. What kind of love is the best love?
8. Do you love yourself? Should you do so?

Part 3 – Conversation Starters

1. Have you ever eaten something quite strange?
2. What’s it like being your age?
3. How often do you think about money?
4. What’s your favorite number? Why?
5. What were your favorite and least favorite subjects at school?
6. What smell brings back great memories?
7. What age do you wish you could permanently be?
8. What’s the best way to start the day?


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