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 – Learning

1. When do you think we first start learning?
2. What is the best learning experience you’ve had?
3. What kinds or methods of learning do you like best?
4. When you learn new things, is there always a steep learning curve?
5. What tips on learning would you give to other people?
6. What good and bad experiences have you had learning English?
7. ‘Thought without learning is perilous.’ Do you agree?
8. Do you think we ever stop learning? Are we ever too old to start learning something new?

Part 2 – Age

1. What is the best age to be and why?
2. What is the worst age to be and why?
3. Do you worry about getting older?
4. What do you think your old age will be like (or what is it like)?
5. Do you mind being asked your age?
6. What do you like most about getting older?
7. Do you like being the age at which you now are?
8. Do people respect the aged in your country?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. Who do you text the most?
2. What are you most looking forward to in the next 10 years?
3. What was one of the most interesting concerts you’ve been to?
4. How have you changed since you were a kid?
5. What’s the best country in the world?
6. When did you last get lost?
7. What did you want to be growing up?
8. When was the first time you earned some money? Was it worth it?

Part 1 – Death

1. What do you think of death?
2. How would you like to be remembered?
3. What are the biggest causes of death in your country and how can these be reversed?
4. Have you ever had an experience in which you nearly died?
5. Is there a personification of death in your culture?
6. Would you like to cheat death and live forever?
7. Would you prefer to be buried, cremated or another kind of ritual?
8. Why do you think there is such a fascination in our world with death?

Part 2 – Life

1. What is the meaning of life?
2. Do you enjoy life?
3. What life-changing moments have you had in your life?
4. Would you like to live your same life all over again?
5. What’s your biggest goal in life?
6. Who has been your biggest influence in life?
7. Is life more similar to a pizza or a box of chocolates?
8. If you could live someone else’s life, whose would it be and why?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. How do you keep up to date with the news?
2. What is the first thing that you notice when meeting someone new?
3. What’s your biggest fear?
4. What was the first job you ever had?
5. Have you ever gone on vacation by yourself?
6. What website do you visit most often?
7. What do you miss most about being a kid?
8. What do you like to cook the most?

Part 1 – Pronunciation

1. Are you happy with your pronunciation?
2. What do you do to improve your pronunciation?
3. Do you prefer British or American pronunciation?
4. What pronunciation problems do learners of your language have?
5. Is pronunciation very important to you?
6. Can you easily pronounce all of the sounds in English?
7. What is the hardest English word to pronounce for you?
8. What is the hardest word to pronounce in your language?

Part 2 – Roots

1. Where do you really come from?
2. Where do your parents come from?
3. How would you describe your roots?
4. Are you still close to your roots?
5. Would you like to get back to your roots?
6. What roots do/will your children have?
7. Do you think roots are important? How?
8. Are roots becoming more or less important?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. Where do you spend most of your free time / day?
2. As the only human left on Earth, what would you do?
3. What would you like to do when you retire?
4. What’s the funniest TV series you have seen?
5. What’s the best lesson you’ve learned from a work of fiction?
6. Do you ever think you’re the happiest person in the world?
7. How do you usually celebrate your birthday?
8. Do you ever dream about being really, really rich?

Part 1 – Coffee

1. Are you a ‘coffeeholic’?
2. Do you need coffee to wake you up in the morning?
3. What do you think of Starbucks?
4. Do you think caffeine is a dangerous drug?
5. Does coffee grown in different parts of the world taste differently?
6. What role does coffee (or tea) play in your life?
7. Do you know what fair trade coffee is?
8. Do you like coffee sold in cans?

Part 2 – Import/Export

1. Who is your country’s biggest trading partner?
2. What products does your country export to the world?
3. What culture has your country exported?
4. What culture has your country imported?
5. What products does your country import?
6. Are there a lot of taxes on imported products?
7. What is the last imported product that you bought?
8. Would you like to work in import/export?

Part 3 – Conversation

1. What do you wish your brain was better at doing?
2. What scares you most about your future?
3. What is the best room in your house? Why?
4. What was the best thing that happened to you today?
5. What talent do you wish you had?
6. What are some small things that make your day better?
7. Where do you get your news?
8. If you had only 24 hours to live, what would you do?



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