Welcome to the English Conversation Classes

Improve your English speaking skills in these 3 x weekly speaking calls with a real English teacher.

Add the date to your calendar, set a reminder, and be aware of any time differences.

Classes are run by teacher Renata

Come to all 3 x weekly classes

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Monday the 20th of May

Our group call for Monday will begin at 7pm Melbourne Australia time.

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During our group call, you will be required to speak about “Animal Rights”. Below you will find some questions to help you start the conversation.

  • What springs to mind when you hear the term ‘animal rights?
  • What rights do animals have?
  • Should we all be vegetarian and not kill animals for food?
  • What rights do humans have that animals should also have?
  • Is keeping a pet going against animal rights?
  • What do you think of testing cosmetics on animals?

Wednesday the 22nd of May

Our group call for Wednesday will be held at 7pm Melbourne Australia time.

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During our group call, you will be required to speak about “Antarctica”. Below you will find some questions to help you start the conversation.

  • What do you know about Antarctica?
  • What would you like to know about Antarctica?
  • What happens on Antarctica?
  • What do you think is interesting about Antarctica?
  • What do scientists research on Antarctica?
  • What do you think people do on a two-week holiday on Antarctica?
  • What are the future threats to Antarctica?
  • Who should control Antarctica?

Friday the 24th of May

Our group call for Friday will be held at 7pm Melbourne, Australia time.

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During our group call, you will be required to speak about “the army”. Below you will find some questions to help you start the conversations.

  • Do you think being a soldier would be interesting?
  • What would a world with no armies be like?
  • Is it necessary for governments to spend so much money on armies?
  • How have armies changed over the centuries?
  • What do you think the army lifestyle is like?
  • What do you think of women being in the army?