As Idowu Koyenikan once said, “your pride for your country should not come after your country becomes great; your country becomes great because of your pride in it.”
Help your students improve their English fluency and share stories about their homelands with these ESL conversation questions about countries.
ESL conversation questions about community and neighborhood
- List 20 adjectives that you can use to describe a neighborhood.
- What neighborhood do you live in?
- What do you like most about your neighbourhood?
- What do you like least about your neighbourhood?
- If you could change anything about your neighbourhood, what would it be and why?
- What is your favourite neighbourhood in the city?
- Is your neighborhood close to everything you need?
- Do you get along with your neighbours?
- Is it easy to meet new people in your neighbourhood?
- What are some of the reasons people move to your neighbourhood?
- Are there any famous landmarks or historical sights in your neighborhood?
- Is your community full of parks and public spaces??
- Is everything you need within walking distance, or do you need a car to get around in your neighborhood?
- How would you describe the local community where you live?
- Is there a sense of community where you live?
- List as many different types of communities as you can (sporting, work, local community… etc.)
- Which communities do you personally belong to?
- What adjectives can be used to describe communities? (List as many as you can.)
- How would you describe the community in your local neighborhood?
- What are some ways to foster a sense of community at work?
- Have you ever helped a neighbour with something? Describe what happened.
- Is it easy or hard to make new friends in your neighborhood?
- Do you value having a sense of community where you live?
- Will you move to a new neighborhood in your lifetime? Or will you live in your current neighbourhood forever?
- What are some fun things to do in your neighborhood?
- Are there any good restaurants in your neighborhood?