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    Question Conversation class

    Hi!
    I'm looking for some ideas to make my conversation classes interesting and engaging but haven't been able to find anything suitable on the Internet (just apart from some lists of conversation questions) I must admit I'm not very good at searching for anything on the INternet!. Do you have any suggestions? The people I have my conv. classes with want to focus on the spoken word only (no grammar) since (as they say) they don't plan to take any examinations in the future. What should a good conv. class look like?
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    Re: Conversation class

    Food. Children. Sports.

    It all rather depends where you are and what sort of things might interest them. It would be wiser to avoid discussions of politics or religion, but otherwise the world's your oyster.

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