ESL Conversation Questions About Life

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What is the best way to help people in poverty?

There are many people in the world who live in poverty, primarily in third world countries. It is common for charities in developed countries to raise money to help these people by providing them with essential things like clothes, food and clean water.

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What are the benefits of having plants in your home?

When you have your own home, it is a place that you can make your own. You can decorate it how you like and really put your stamp on it. A lot of people like having plants in their home. We usually think of these plants as being there solely for decoration, but are there some hidden advantages to having plants? If so, what are the benefits of having plants in the home?

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Do you prefer spending time with family or friends?

Many people consider spending time with either family or friends as an enjoyable experience. Given that we choose are friends and not our family, it can sometimes be more of a challenging time at family gatherings, but at the same time can also be a more relaxed time where we feel free from judgement than when with friends.

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Are ghosts real?

Ghosts are scary, right? We have seen a scary film at some point in our lives with some kind of ghost in, and most of us are hiding behind a cushion…

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Should we give to charities?

The idea of charities is well looked upon by most people, and a lot of people try to regularly give money to help others. When people give money they put a lot of trust in the charity and expect them to use the money wisely…

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How important is sleep?

Sleep is something that everybody needs to stay alive. It is a time when the body repairs itself and you can re-energise so you are ready for the next day…

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