Morning conversation questions
Mornings, most people either love them or hate them. Use these morning conversation questions to find out what your class does in the morning and how they feel about them.
This is an easy discussion activity with the most challenging terms being – morning person, dawn, routine, improve, sleep in, and require.
The morning conversation questions are –
Are you a morning person? What time do you like to get up in the morning?
Have you ever gotten up before dawn to watch the sunrise? Where were you?
What’s the first thing you do in the morning? What is your usual morning routine?
What things could you do to improve your morning routine?
How do you feel if you have to get up earlier than you like to?
Do you do any morning exercise? What exercise do you do?
Do you like to drink tea or coffee in the morning? How many cups do you drink?
Are there any days where you like to sleep in? When do you get up on these days?
Do you use an alarm clock? How long do you let it snooze for?
Do you always take a shower and brush your teeth in the morning?
What is your favourite thing about mornings? Is there anything you dislike?
Who in your family is usually the last person to get up in the morning?
What sounds can you hear early in the morning where you live?
What kinds of jobs require people to wake up very early in the morning?
How are your Sunday mornings different to weekday mornings?
Who are the first 3 people you usually talk to in the morning?
Do you watch television in the morning? What shows do you watch?
Can you see any animals in the morning in your town? What kinds of animals?
Where do you like to sit in the morning? What do you do while you sit there?
Do you prefer to get work done in the morning or later on in the day?
Have you ever had a terrible morning? What happened that day?
What is your favourite kind of breakfast? What do you usually eat in the morning?
Who usually makes your breakfast? How often do you eat out in the morning?
What kinds of food do you like that you would never eat in the morning?
Here are some morning expressions that you can introduce to your students once they have completed the morning conversation questions.
A person who likes to get up early in the morning can be called an early bird.
If you get up at the crack of dawn, you get up very early. Another funny slang term for this is to get up at sparrow’s fart.
The proverb morning dreams come true, is a superstition that means what you dream about before you wake up will come true on this day.
A false dawn is something good that you expect will happen or improve but never does.