Dating conversation questions
The discussion questions –
Have you ever used any dating apps?
Describe the appearance and character of a person you would like to date?
What do you think of blind dates? Have you ever been on one?
Where do you think is the best place to go on a first date?
Who do you think should pay on a first date?
Have you heard of any successful relationships through internet dating?
Where is a good place to meet people in your town?
Do you ever set your friends up with dates?
How long does it take for dating to become a relationship?
Are there any courtship traditions in your country?
What questions are you likely to ask on a first date?
If you could go on a date with anyone in the world, who would it be?
What do you think about dating a friend’s ex-girlfriend or ex-boyfriend?
At what age is it okay to start dating?
Would you date someone much older or younger than you? Why or why not?
Do you think it is better to be single or to be married?
Do you think it is okay for a couple to live together before getting married?
Have you ever been on a bad date? Why was it bad?
What would you do if your parents didn’t like your partner?
What kind of clothing would you wear on a first date?
What are some popular online dating sites in your country?
What was the most interesting date you’ve ever been on?
Would you prefer to go out with a quiet or a talkative person?
Do you know how your parents met?
Useful vocabulary for talking about dating
To “go dutch” – this means to split the bill. If you go dutch on a dinner date you pay 50% of the costs each.
Double date – a date where two separate couples go out together.
To “walk out” – to get up and just walk away during a bad date.
To “get on like a house on fire” – to get along with somebody extremely well.
To “flirt” with someone – this is the act of showing somebody you like them through either actions or words. It is often done in a playful manner.
To be “shot down” means to be rejected.
To “dump” somebody means to end a relationship or break up with them.