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Intermediate English Conversation Questions – Wishes & Dreams

Expressing your wishes and desires are an essential part of daily conversation. With the below English conversation questions, ESL students will be able to get to know each other better and improve their ability to question others on their dreams and wishes for the future. As usual, you can find the list of questions below or you can download the printable intermediate ESL question sheet here.

Conversation Questions –Wishes, Desires & Dreams
1.    What is your dream job?
2.    Why is that your dream job?
3.    If you didn’t get your dream job, how would you feel?
4.    If a genie could give you three wishes, what would they be and why?
5.    What is your parents’ biggest dream?
6.    How would you feel if all of your wishes came true?
7.    What do you think your best friend wishes for you?
8.    Have you ever made a wish?
9.    Did it come true?
10.    Do you believe in wishing wells?
11.    What do you wish for your best friend?
12.    Why do you wish that?
13.    What do you wish for your parents?
14.    Do you wish you were rich?
15.    Why?
16.    Do you wish you were famous?
17.    Why?
18.    What do you wish for your country?
19.    Why?
20.    When you make a wish, do you think it will come true?
21.    Do your dreams for the future change often?
22.    Do you wish you were smarter?
23.    Why do you wish that?
24.    Do you wish you could fly?
25.    Why?
26.    Do you wish you were taller?
27.    Why?
28.    Do you wish you looked like anyone famous?
29.    Who?
30.    Do you wish you had a bigger family?
31.    Why?
32.    Do you wish you were born in a different country?
33.    Why?

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