Warm-up Tasks:
a) Take turns naming a color until someone cannot name a color within fiveĀ seconds.
b) Together, name all the colors visible in the room or out the window.

Vocabulary List

ESL Conversation Questions:

  1. What is your favorite color?
  2. Do colors affect your mood? What colors make you feel happy or sad?
  3. Do you think about color when you buy clothes? Are your clothes various colors, or do you tend to dress in certain colors more than others?
  4. Are you good at matching colors? Which colorsĀ go well together?
  5. What things cause people to go red?
  6. How important is color coordination to you? Do you have matching clothes and possessions?
  7. Have you ever dyed your hair a different color? Why did you change it? What color did you go?
  8. What colors are the uniforms of your favorite sports team? Do you like the uniforms?
  9. Does anything make you see red? What kind of behavior makes you really angry?
  10. What is the best color for a fast sports car?
  11. Some people believe a red sky at night indicates the weather will be good the next day. Do you agree with them?
  12. How do you describe the color of your skin? Do you do anything to make your skin lighter or darker?
  13. Which country has the best combination of national colors?
  14. Do you care about the colors of your food? What colors don’t you like to eat?
  15. We can see many colors in the natural environment. Which are the most spectacular?
  16. What makes you feel blue?
  17. Some people think pink is a feminine color. Is it okay for men to wear pink?
  18. Is there a black sheep in your family? What makes them seem different?
  19. Do you enjoy black and white movies? Why or why not?
  20. What does seeing a rainbow mean to you?

Colors Conversation Questions photo