Age

(Young & Old)

Old vs Young - GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

| GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!ere is a list of questions that can be used in your English lessons regarding “Age” (Young & Old).  Obviously, this is not a complete list, but feel free to use it, add to it, or print it out and burn it (just not inside your home.)  😆

      • What Are Some Of The Differences Between “The Young” And “The Old”?
      • What Do You Think Is “The Best” Age To Be?
      • What Is The Best Thing About Being Young?
      • What Is The Best Thing About Being Old?
      • When Is Someone “Middle-Aged”?
      • Are Young People Generally More Selfish Than Older People? — (Their Parents Or Grandparents)
      • What Are Some Examples Of “Age Limits”?
      • Is Having Age Limits For Certain Things A Good Idea Or A Bad One?  — (Driving A Car, Drinking Alcohol, Voting, Etc.)
      • When Do You Think Someone Is Old Enough To:
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        • Drive
        • Drink Alcohol
        • Vote
        • Fight In A War
        • Live By Themselves
        • Have Sex
        • Get Married
        • Have Babies
        • Start Working
      • Should People Be Forced To Retire At A Certain Age?
      • Should People Be Forced To Stop Driving At A Certain Age?
      • Should A Person Be Forced To Go To School At A Certain Age?
      • What Is A Good Age To Retire?
      • When Is A Person To Young To Retire?
      • When Is A Person Old Enough To Become:
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        • President Or Ruler Of A Country
        • Head Of A Company
        • A Parent
      • When Is Someone Too Old To Be The Things Listed Above?
      • What Do You Think Is A Good Age To Live To?
      • How Young Would You Consider A Person To Be For Them To “Die Young”
      • Are You Afraid Of Getting Old?
      • What Age Do You Think Is “Old”?
      • Some People Say That Youth Is A State Of Mind, Do You Agree?
      • If So, Do You Think It Is The Same Way With Being “Old”?

| GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!f you have an adult class, or if you just have a student who is reluctant to participate because they think the topic is dumb or juvenile — just remember that it is not so much about the topic itself, but that the student is actually speaking.  This is a great opportunity to expand vocabulary as there may be something that they do not know the word for.  And if a story about a personal experience comes-up…  even better!  😉

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