Would you Ever Questions for the ESL Classroom

English as a Second Language (ESL) classrooms can be a great environment for students to practice their language skills and get to know their classmates.

To make the learning experience more engaging and interactive, incorporating “would you ever” conversation questions can be a great way to encourage students to think critically and express themselves.

These prompts can help to break the ice and create a more relaxed and comfortable learning atmosphere.

Whether you’re a teacher or a student, you’ll find these questions to be a valuable tool in your language learning journey.

“Would you Ever” Questions Structure

Would you ever” questions typically follow a straightforward structure. Here’s a basic template you can use to create your own:

Would you everWould you ever
[verb or action]run
[additional details or context]?a marathon?

Let’s break it down:

  1. Introductory phrase: “Would you ever” – This sets the tone for the question and invites the person to consider a hypothetical scenario.
  2. Verb or action: [verb or action] – This is the core of the question, where you suggest a specific activity or behavior. For example, travel, try, consider, learn, pursue, etc.
  3. Additional details or context: [additional details or context] – This part provides more information or specifics about the action mentioned in the question. It adds depth and helps to make the question more interesting.

“Would you Ever” Conversation Questions

This is my list of the best “Would you Ever” Conversation Questions for the ESL classroom

  • Would you ever consider living in a foreign country?
  • Would you ever try skydiving?
  • Would you ever go bungee jumping?
  • Would you ever consider becoming a vegetarian?
  • Would you ever get a tattoo or piercing?
  • Would you ever take a gap year before college?
  • Would you ever go on a solo trip?
  • Would you ever run a marathon?
  • Would you ever go scuba diving?
  • Would you ever learn a new language?
  • Would you ever work in a different field than you are currently in?
  • Would you ever consider living in a van and traveling around?
  • Would you ever take a cooking class or learn how to cook?
  • Would you ever go backpacking in the wilderness?
  • Would you ever take a dance class or learn a new dance style?
  • Would you ever take a photography class or learn how to take better photos?
  • Would you ever go on a cruise?
  • Would you ever start your own business?
  • Would you ever take a pottery class or learn how to make ceramics?
  • Would you ever take a writing class or try to write a book?
  • Would you ever take a martial arts class or learn self-defense?
  • Would you ever go on a safari?
  • Would you ever go on a hot air balloon ride?
  • Would you ever take a class on mindfulness or meditation?
  • Would you ever try parasailing?
  • Would you ever learn a new language?
  • Would you ever eat an insect?
  • Would you ever change your religion?
  • Would you ever do a bungee jump?
  • Would you ever live abroad?
  • Would you ever be on a reality TV program?
  • Would you ever stop believing in God?
  • Would you ever travel to outer space if given the opportunity?
  • Would you ever swim with sharks?
  • Would you ever try eating exotic foods like insects or snakes?
  • Would you ever participate in a MMA fight?

Expressions to Answer “Would you Ever Questions”

These are some common expressions to answer “would you ever questions”

  1. “I’ve always wanted to try that!”
  2. “It’s not really my thing, but I might consider it.”
  3. “I’m not sure, but I’m open to new experiences.”
  4. “Absolutely! I’m adventurous and up for anything.”
  5. “Hmm, I’d need to think about it. It depends on the circumstances.”
  6. “I don’t think so. That sounds a bit too risky for me.”
  7. “I’ve already done something similar, and it was amazing!”
  8. “No way! That’s definitely not for me.”
  9. “Maybe someday in the future, but not right now.”
  10. “I’d love to, but I have some reservations about it.”

Manuel Campos, English Professor

Manuel Campos

I am Jose Manuel, English professor and creator of EnglishPost.org, a blog whose mission is to share lessons for those who want to learn and improve their English