Sweet Dreams

Type: Vocabulary
Originally published on September 26, 2022 and last updated on July 25, 2023

The topic of Sweet Dreams holds immense value for English learners, as it promises to enhance their language skills and overall comprehension. By exploring the world of sleep, dreams and their significance, learners can encounter a plethora of vocabulary related to emotions, sensations and the subconscious.

This engaging journey will not only improve their language proficiency but also foster cultural awareness and critical thinking.

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.

About Sweet Dreams

Sweet Dreams is a fascinating and enchanting topic that delves into the realm of sleep, dreams and their profound effects on our well-being. As a fundamental aspect of human existence, sleep plays a vital role in restoring and rejuvenating our bodies and minds. Dreams, mysterious and often surreal, provide a gateway to our subconscious, stirring emotions and igniting creativity.

This exploration into the science of sleep, the mysteries of dreams and their impact on our daily lives unveils a captivating journey that connects us to our innermost thoughts and desires. So, let’s embark on a quest to uncover the secrets of Sweet Dreams.

Useful Vocabulary

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

  • subconcious (noun)
  • complex (adjective)
  • emotion (noun)
  • pointless (adjective)
  • wake up (phrasal verb)
  • theory (noun)
  • point of view (phrase)
  • restore (verb)
  • nightmare (noun)

Conversation Questions

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  • Why do you think we dream?
  • Do you usually remember your dreams?
  • What was the last dream you had?
  • Can you remember a significant dream in your life?
  • Have you ever experienced a recurring dream?
  • Do you believe that dreams can have meanings or messages for us?
  • Is the interpretation of dreams a scientific study or just a subjective belief?
  • Have you ever had a nightmare?
  • Why do you think most people can't remember their dreams?
  • Do you like dreaming?
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.