25 drinks conversation questions

25 drinks conversation questions

Drinks conversation questions

Drinks are something that everyone can talk about. We all have our own peculiar drinking likes and dislikes. These drinks conversation questions do not involve alcohol and are suitable for middle school-aged students and above.

The most difficult words in this discussion topic include – juicer, blender, special, traditional medicine, spilled, popular, mug, disgusting, straw, function, and ingredients.

The drinks conversation questions are –


What is the first thing you drink when you wake up in the morning?

Are you a coffee drinker? How many cups of coffee do you have each day?

What is the healthiest thing that you like to drink? Do you make it yourself?

Do you own a juicer or a blender? How often do you use it to make drinks?

Does your country have any special drinks for traditional medicine? What are they?

If you were going on a picnic, how would you keep your drinks cold?

Have you ever spilled a drink on yourself or someone else? What happened?

Do you like to drink tea? What is your favorite kind of tea and where is it from?

What drink is the most popular amongst teenagers where you live?

Do have a favorite cup or mug? What does it look like? Where did you get from?

Have you heard of any strange or interesting drinks from another country?

What is the most disgusting thing you have ever drunk? Why did you drink it?

Do you drink a lot of milk? How much does milk cost where you live?

What is the most expensive drink you have ever bought? Where did you buy it?

Do you sometimes like to use a straw to drink? What drinks would you use one for?

How often do you go out for a drink? What do you drink and who do you go with?

What do you think is a good thing to drink before bed to help you sleep well?

Have you ever tried to make lemonade? How did you make it? How did it taste?

What are some unhealthy drinks that you really enjoy drinking?

Have your tastes and favorite drinks changed over the years? In what ways?

What do you usually drink when you eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner?

Are there any drinks that you believe help your brain function better? Which drinks?

What would you order to drink if you went on a dinner date?

What are some drinks you know how to make? What are the ingredients for them?

maan dring a coconut with a straw

Further activities about drinks

Hopefully, you enjoyed the drinks conversation questions!  You can find some more drinks-related questions hyperlinked in the text above. Simply click on their links to see the pages.

A good follow-up activity is t get your class to create drink recipes. It can be as simple as “How to make a cup of coffee” or “How to make a milkshake”. This helps students learn new vocabulary and writing skills. Once completed they can be read to the class for further speaking practice.

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