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How many languages do you speak?
Would you like to speak more?
Which ones?
How are you learning your second
language, and English in specific?
What is the best way to learn a
foreign language?
Is it possible to understand and
write well but not be able to
have a conversation? Why?
To speak a language well, how
important is it to know something
about the culture of a country?
When you travel to a foreign country,
is it always easy to use a foreign
language?
Is it good to sit an exam that
shows your level of English?
Can you learn a language by watching
television/going to the cinema?
Is the classroom the best place to learn
or 1:1 lessons are more effective?
Can a good teacher influence how
well you enjoy learning a language?
Is it possible to teach yourself a language?
How far do you believe that you learn
a language better when you use it?
What personal qualities do you need
to be an effective language learner?
Is knowing grammar more important
than knowing vocabulary?
Have you had any particularly poor
language learning experiences?
Some people say “I’m no good at learning
languages”. Is this just a question of
attitude (because of a previous bad
experi...
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  1. 1. How many languages do you speak? Would you like to speak more? Which ones?
  2. 2. How are you learning your second language, and English in specific?
  3. 3. What is the best way to learn a foreign language?
  4. 4. Is it possible to understand and write well but not be able to have a conversation? Why?
  5. 5. To speak a language well, how important is it to know something about the culture of a country?
  6. 6. When you travel to a foreign country, is it always easy to use a foreign language?
  7. 7. Is it good to sit an exam that shows your level of English?
  8. 8. Can you learn a language by watching television/going to the cinema?
  9. 9. Is the classroom the best place to learn or 1:1 lessons are more effective?
  10. 10. Can a good teacher influence how well you enjoy learning a language?
  11. 11. Is it possible to teach yourself a language?
  12. 12. How far do you believe that you learn a language better when you use it?
  13. 13. What personal qualities do you need to be an effective language learner?
  14. 14. Is knowing grammar more important than knowing vocabulary?
  15. 15. Have you had any particularly poor language learning experiences?
  16. 16. Some people say “I’m no good at learning languages”. Is this just a question of attitude (because of a previous bad experience) or were some people born lacking the ability to learn a new language?
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