Let’s Go For a Walk

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Type: Vocabulary
Originally published on November 18, 2021 and last updated on July 21, 2023

The topic “Let’s Go For a Walk” is ideal for English learners as it fosters language development while promoting a healthy and enjoyable activity. Engaging in discussions about walking enables learners to expand their vocabulary related to nature, exercise and outdoor activities.

This topic encourages beginners to build confidence in expressing their preferences and interests, enhancing both their language proficiency and overall well-being through the joy of walking.

Go through the vocabulary below with your students and ask them to try and use this vocabaulry where possible when discussing the different conversation questions.

Let’s Go For a Walk

Walking is a popular activity where we move on foot, often in parks or outside, to enjoy fresh air and nature. During a walk, we see trees, flowers and animals. Walking is not only a fun activity but also a great way to exercise and feel happier.

So, let’s put on our comfortable shoes and explore the world around us with joy!

Useful Vocabulary

Try and use the following vocabulary when answering the question. Click to look up the definition in the dictionary

  • freezing (adjective)
  • fresh (adjective)
  • cold (adjective)
  • enjoy (verb)
  • walk (verb)
  • nature (noun)

Conversation Questions

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  • Do you enjoy going for walks?
  • When was the last time you went for a walk?
  • Do you like going for a walk in the cold?
  • Do you like going for a walk on a hot day?
  • When is the best time of the year to go for a walk?
  • Where do you like to go for a walk?
  • Would you rather walk in a park or on the beach?
  • Who do you like to go for walks with?
  • Do you listen to music while walking?
  • What things do you see during a walk?
  • Is walking a good way to explore a new city?
  • What are some benefits of going for a walk?
  • Is walking a good way to reduce stress?
This conversation topic was prepared by Gregory

Gregory is a qualified TEFL teacher who has been teaching English as a Foreign Language (ESL) for over a decade. He has taught in-person classes in Spain and to English learners around the world online.