The Speaking Club online is the perfect way to practice conversation in English and other languages.

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.

You can Register here, and then you will need to have a quick online meeting to check your microphone/webcam are working and your language level is sufficient.

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 as low as 4 USD per hour*. 

*The Speaking Club is completely free for native speakers!


All times are displayed in your local time zone!

Part 1 – Environment

1. Do you worry about the environment?
2. What is the quality of the environment in your country?
3. What stories have you read or heard recently about the environment?
4. What are the biggest problems facing our environment?
5. What kind of environmental policies does your country have/need?
6. Do you think international meetings on the environment are useful?
7. Are you environmentally friendly?
8. Which countries are leaders in caring about the environment?

Part 2 – Genetics

1. What is genetic engineering?
2. Do you think genetic engineering is a good thing?
3. Do you think genetically modified food could harm ecosystems?
4. What genetic modification would you like to make?
5. What are the ethical problems with gene modifications?
6. Do you worry about eating genetically modified food?
7. What do you think about cloning?
8. Would you like to see a cloned version of yourself?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. If you could have tea with one fictional character, who would it be?
2. What did you believe as a child that you don’t believe anymore?
3. Do you wake up by yourself, to an alarm, music, or have someone else wake you up?
4. What’s in your fridge right now?
5. How many phones have you broken or lost?
6. What is one of your favorite smells?
7. Are you a very organized person?
8. What motivates you most in life?

Part 1 – Time

1. How often do you think about time?
2. Do you ever waste your time?
3. Do you have enough time to do the things you want to do?
4. How do you like to spend time?
5. How much spare time do you have every day?
6. What do you do to kill time?
7. Do you agree that time will tell?
8. “We say we waste time, but that is impossible. We waste ourselves.” Do you agree?

Part 2 – Train

1. What do you like and dislike about trains?
2. Is the train system in your country good?
3. Do you like over ground or underground trains?
4. Do you like long-distance train journeys?
5. What do you usually do on a train?
6. Do you like train stations?
7. What strange people have you come across on a train?
8. What will trains be like in the future?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. What’s your favorite TV show?
2. If you were in a circus, which character would you be?
3. If you could sit down with your 13-year old self, what would you say?
4. What was the first job you ever had?
5. What was your favorite TV program when you were a child?
6. When was the last time you went to a good restaurant?
7. When was the last time you got a gift?
8. When was the last time you had a headache?

Part 1 – Cosmetics

1. What do you think of cosmetics?
2. How long do you think people spend each day applying and removing cosmetics?
3. How much more beautiful do you / do people look with cosmetics?
4. From what age is it OK to start using cosmetics?
5. Do you think cosmetics are reasonably priced?
6. Which cosmetics and cosmetics companies are best?
7. Why is most lipstick red or pink? What’s wrong with black or green?
8. Do you think we’ll always use cosmetics?

Part 2 – Danger

1. Do you like danger?
2. Have you ever been in danger?
3. What dangers do you see around you every day in your country?
4. Do you do things in your life to avoid danger?
5. What are the dangers of your job?
6. What dangerous things were you told to avoid when you were a child?
7. What new dangers are there in society?
8. What are the dangers of the Internet?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. What languages do you wish you could speak?
2. Who would be the best person to be stuck in an elevator with?
3. What awful movie do you love?
4. Do you usually break the rules or follow them?
5. What movie title best describes your life?
6. How different was your life one year ago?
7. What is something that is popular now that annoys you?
8. What’s your favorite time of the year (and why)?

Part 1 – Playing

1. What do you learn from playing ?
2. Do you prefer playing alone, or with / against friends?
3. Do people play enough in your country?
4. Does play time use to much energy?
5. Have you ever played in the rain?
6. Should schools have more playtime in the schedule?
7. Can you remember the first games you played?
8. What will playtime be like in the future?

Part 2 – Inventions

1. What is the greatest invention ever?
2. What is Mother Nature’s greatest invention?
3. What do you think an inventor’s life is like?
4. What is the world’s most dangerous invention?
5. Have you ever thought about inventing anything?
6. How do people invent things?
7. What invention do you think an ant might like?
8. How was the world different before the wheel was invented?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. When you are day dreaming, what do you dream about?
2. What is something you are obsessed with?
3. What do you do when you hang out with your friends?
4. What book impacted you the most?
5. Who has been the most influential person in your life and why?
6. What food do you like to snack on?
7. What would you name your boat if you had one?
8. When do people make wishes in your culture?

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Get +1 Credit* when you attend a meeting of your native language**!
4 Credits*
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8 Credits*
30 days
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Attend any meeting!

*With 1 Credit you can join 1 Speaking Club (1 hour)

**Only available for native English speakers at this time.

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