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    Conversation plays very important role when you will want to share something you’re your favorite persons. Today I am going to write about some great questions on good conversation starters at all. You need to know that there are a plenty of random conversation starters to get you started and after that conversation questions listed by the topic. You can begin with the good questions or look for a topic that will interest you. Actually, there is no exact place to start, you need to scroll down to wherever you really want and get started.

    There are many ways to use these questions at all. I suggest that the most rewarding way is for everybody to pull up this list of conversation beginners on a phone or tablet, and then letting everyone select a question to ask the group. Remember never be afraid to delve deeply into the conversation at the same time. Answering the definite question isn’t the goal, getting an interesting conversation is!

     

    Good Conversation starter

     

    Good Conversation Starters List

     

    The title would have you understand that there are 250 questions, but there are normally more. I am sure that you do not mind a few more questions at the same time, right? You may start with questions below, or you can simply skip to questions about the right topic.

     

    Good Random Conversation Starters

    1. “What do you do to get rid of stress?”
    2. “What is something you are obsessed with?”
    3. “What was the last funny video you saw?”
    4. “What’s your favorite way to waste time?”
    5. “Who is your favorite entertainer (comedian, musician, actor, etc.)?”
    6. “What is something that is popular now that annoys you?” 7. “Where did you go last weekend? What did you do?”
    8. “What are you going to do this weekend?”
    9. “Do you have any pets? What are their names?”
    10. “What do you do when you hang out with your friends?”

    11. “Are you very active of do you prefer to just relax in your free time?”

    12. “What’s the best / worst thing about yourwork / school?’
    13. “If you had intro music, what song would it be? Why?”
    14. “Who is your oldest friend? Where did you meet them?”
    15. “If you could have any animal as a pet, what animal would you choose?”
    16. “What were you really into when you were a kid?”
    17. “What would be your perfect weekend?”
    18. “What three words best describe you?”
    19. “What’s your favorite number? Why?”
    20. “What do you think of tattoos? Do you have any?”
    21. “Have you ever saved an animal’s life? How about a person’s life?”
    22. “What’s the most useful thing you own?”
    23. “Have you ever spoke in front of a large group of people? How did it go?”
    24. “Are you a very organized person?”
    22. “If you opened a business, what kind of business would it be?”
    23. “What is a controversial opinion you have?”
    24. “Where is the most beautiful place you have been?”
    25. “What is the strangest dream you have ever had?”
    26. “Who had the biggest impact on the person you have become?”
    27. “Who in your life brings you the most joy?”

    28. “What is the most annoying habit someone can have?”

    29. “Who was your best friend in elementary school?”
    30. “What’s your favorite season? Why?”
    31. “Where do you spend most of your freetime / day?”
    32. “How often do you stay up past 3 a.m.?”
    33. “What animal or insect do you wish humans could eradicate?”
    34. “Which is more important, a great car or a great house? Why?”
    35. “What do you bring with you everywhere you go?”
    36. “How should success be measured? By that measurement, who is the most successful person you know?”
    37. “Where is the most beautiful place near where you live?”
    38. “What is the most disgusting habit some people have?”
    39. “How much time do you spend on the internet? What do you usually do?”
    40. “Which recent news story is the most interesting?”
    41. “Where and when was the most amazing sunset you have ever seen?”
    42. “If you had to change your name, what would your new name be?”
    43. “What is something that really annoys you but doesn’t bother most people?”
    44. “What word or saying from the past do you think should come back?”
    45. “Where is the worst place you have been stuck for a long time?”
    46. “Has anyone ever saved your life?”
    47. “What benefit do you bring to the group when you hang out with friends?”
    48. “If you could learn the answer to one question about your future, what would the question be?”
    49. “What is your guilty pleasure?”
    50. “Was there ever an event in your life that defied explanation?”

    51. “How often do you curse?”
    52. “What do you fear is hiding in the dark?”
    53. “What trends did you follow when you were younger?”
    54. “What was the best time period of your life? What do you think will be the best time period of your entire life?”
    55. “Who is someone who is popular now that you really like? Why do you like them so much?”
    56. “What is the silliest fear you have?”
    57. “What do you do to improve your mood when you are in a bad mood?”
    58. “What is the best room in your house? Why?”
    59. “What are some things you want to accomplish before you die?”
    60. “What are you best at?”
    61. “Where is the best place to take a date?”
    62. “Who would be the worst person to be stuck in an elevator with? How about the best person is to be stuck in an elevator with?”
    63. “How often do you help others? Who do you help? How do you help?”
    64. “What weird or useless talent do you have?”
    65. “Which TV show do you want your life to be like?”
    66. “What smell brings back great memories?”
    67. “What makes you nervous?”
    68. “What’s the funniest TV series you have seen?”
    69. “If you could bring back one TV show that wascancelled, which one would you bring back?”
    70. “What are some strange beliefs that some people have?”
    71. “Who, besides your parents, had the biggest impact on your life?”
    72. “What’s the best show currently on TV?”
    73. “What’s the best sitcom past or present?”
    74. “How have TV shows changed over the years?”
    75. “What’s the most underrated or overrated TV show?”
    76. “What do you think about game shows? Do you have a favorite one?”
    78. “Do you like reality TV shows? Why or why not? If so, which ones?”
    79. “What will be the future of TV shows?”
    80. “What do you think about reality TV? Why is it so popular?”
    81. “How often do you binge watch shows?”
    82. “What was the best birthday wish or gift you’ve ever received?”
    83. “What was the last movie you watched? How was it?”

    Movie Conversation Starters

    84. “Do you prefer to watch movies in the theater or in the comfort of your own home?”
    85. “What’s the worst movie you have seen recently?”
    86. “What cartoons did you watch as a child?”
    87. “What’s the strangest movie you have ever seen?”
    88. “What’s your favorite genre of movie?”
    89. “Do you like documentaries? Why / why not?”
    90. “Do movies have the same power as books to change the world?”
    91. “What is the most overrated movie?”
    92. “When was the last time you went to a movie theater?”
    93. “What movie scene choked you up the most?”
    94. “Which do you prefer? Books or movies?”

    Book Conversation Starters

    95. “What was the worst book you had to read for school? How about the best book you had to read for school?”
    96. “Do you like horror movies? Why or why not?”
    97. “What book has had the biggest impact on your life?”
    98. “What was the last book you read?”
    99. “What is the longest book you have read?”
    100. “What book genres do you like to read?”
    101. “Do you prefer physical books or e-books?”
    102. “What was your favorite book as a child?”
    103. “What book has influenced you the most?”
    104. “What book has had the biggest effect on the modern world?”
    105. “Do you prefer fiction or nonfiction books?”
    106. “What was the last song you listened to?”
    107. “How fast do you read?”
    108. “What song always puts you in a good mood?”
    109. “Do you think people read more or less books now than 50 years ago?”
    110. “Are there any songs that always bring a tear to your eye?”
    111. “Now that indie publishing has become easier, have books gotten better or worse?”

    Music Conversation Starters

    112. “How often do you go to the library?”
    113. “What is your favorite movie soundtrack?”
    114. “Which do you prefer, popular music or relatively unknown music?”
    115. “Who was the first band or musician you were really into? Do you still like them?”
    116. “Do you like going to concerts? Why or why not? What was the last concert you went to?”
    117. “What bands or types of music do you listen to when you exercise?”
    118. “Records, tapes, CDs, MP3s. Which did you grow up with? What is good and bad about each?”

    App Conversation Starters

    119. “What’s the best way to discover new music?”
    120. “Do you like classical music?”
    121. “How has technology changed the music industry?”
    122. “What is the most annoying app you have tried?”
    123. “How many apps do you have on your phone?”
    124. “What’s the most addictive mobile game you have played?”
    125. “An app mysteriously appears on your phone that does something amazing. What does it do?”
    126. “What are the three best apps on your phone?”
    127. “What is the strangest app you have heard of or tried?”
    128. “What is the most useful app on your phone?”
    129. “Which app seemed like magic the first time you used it?”
    130. “Do you always have to have the latest phone?”
    131. “Which app has helped society the most? Which one has hurt society the most?”
    132. “How often do you check your phone?”
    133. “What apps have changed your life a lot?”
    134. “What do app makers do that really annoys you?”

    Phone Conversation Starters

    135. “What is the most annoying thing about your phone?”
    136. “Do you text more or call more? Why?”
    137. “What kind of case do you have for your phone? Why did you choose it?”
    138. What was your first smart phone? How did you feel when you got it?”
    139. “Do you experience phantom vibration? (Feeling your phone vibrate even though it didn’t.)”
    140. What will phones be like in 10 years?”
    141. “How do you feel if you accidentally leave your phone at home?”
    142. “Who are some of your favorite athletes?”

    Sports Conversation Starters

    143. “What do you wish your phone could do?”
    144. “Which sports do you like to play?”
    145. “What sports do you like to watch?”
    146. “Which sport is the most exciting to watch? Which is the most boring to watch?”
    147. “What is the hardest sport to excel at?”
    148. “Do athletes deserve the high salaries they receive? Why or why not?”
    149. What do you think the oldest sport still being played is?”
    150. “Who are the 3 greatest athletes of all time?”
    151. “Why do you think sports are common across almost all cultures present and past?What defines a sport? Is fishing a sport? How about video game tournaments?”
    152. “Do you play sports video games? Which ones? Is playing the video game or sport more fun? Why?”

    Restaurant Conversation Starters

    153. “How much time do you spend watching sports in a week?”
    154. “What kind of interior do you like a restaurant to have?”
    155. “What is the strangest themed restaurant you have heard of?”
    156. “What restaurant do you eat at most?”
    157. “What is the worst restaurant you have ever eaten at?”
    158. “What was your favorite restaurant when you were in university? How about when you were a child?”
    159. “What is the best restaurant in your area?”
    160. “What’s the worst fast food restaurant?”
    161. “If you opened a restaurant, what kind of food would you serve?”
    162. “Where is the most relaxing place you have been?”
    163. “Would you eat at a restaurant that was really dirty if the food was amazing?”
    164. “What is the most disgusting thing you have heard about that happened at a restaurant?”

    Travel Conversation Starters

    165. “Where is the most awe inspiring place you have been?”
    166. “What is the fanciest restaurant you have eaten at?”
    167. “Have you traveled to any different countries? Which ones?”
    168. “What do you think of tour group packages?”
    169. “Where would you like to travel next?”
    170. “Do you prefer traveling alone or with a group?”
    171. “What’s the best thing about traveling? How about the worst thing?”
    172. “Talk about some of the interesting people you have met while traveling.”
    173. “What’s the best way to travel? (Plane, car, train, etc.)”
    174. “What was the most over hyped place you’ve traveled to?”
    175. “Where do you get your recommendations for what to do and where to stay when you travel?”
    176. “Do you prefer to go off the beaten path when you travel?”
    177. “What do you think of stay-cations? (Vacationing and seeing tourist attractions where you live.)”
    178. “What is the worst hotel you have stayed at? How about the best hotel?”
    179. “How do you think traveling to a lot of different countries changes a person?”
    180. “What is the longest plane trip you have taken?”
    Technology Conversation Starters
    181. “What piece of technology is really frustrating to use?”
    182. What is your favorite piece of technology that you own?”
    183. “Does technology simplify life or make it more complicated?”
    184. “What was the best invention of the last 50 years?”
    185. “Which emerging technology are you most excited about?”
    186. “What piece of technology would look like magic or a miracle to people in medieval Europe?”
    187. “Will technology save the human race or destroy it?What problems will technology solve in the next 5 years? What problems will it create?”

    Clothes / Fashion Conversation Starters

    188. “What technology from a science fiction movie would you most like to have?”
    189. “Can you think of any technology that has only made the world worse? How about a piece of technology that has only made the world better?”
    190. “Whatscifimovie or book would you like the future to be like?”
    191. “What is the most embarrassing piece of clothing you own?”
    192. “Do you care about fashion? What style of clothes do you usually wear?”
    193. “What do you think the next big technological advance will be?”
    194. “What is your favorite shirt?”
    195. “What is the best pair of shoes you have ever owned? Why were they so good?”
    196. “If you didn’t care at all what people thought of you, what clothes would you wear?”
    197. “Does fashion help society in any way?”
    198. “What old trend is coming back these days?”
    199. “Who do you think has the biggest impact on fashion trends: actors and actresses, musicians, fashion designers, or consumers?”
    200. “What is a fashion trend you are really glad went away?”
    201. “How do clothes change how the opposite sex views a person?”
    202. “What is the most comfortable piece of clothing you own?”

    Goals Conversation Starters

    203. “What are some goals you have already achieved?”
    204. “What is the craziest, most outrageous thing you want to achieve?”
    205. “Have your parents influenced what goals you have?”
    206. “What do you hope to achieve in your professional life?”
    207. “What personal goals do you have?”
    208. “What are your goals for the next two years?”
    209. “When do you want to retire? What do you want to do when you retire?”
    210. “What is the best way to stay motivated and complete goals?”
    211. “Do you usually achieve goals you set? Why or why not?”
    212. “What are some goals you have failed to accomplish?”
    213. “How do you plan to make the world a better place?”
    214. “What’s the best thing to do on a cold winter day?”
    215. “How much do you plan for the future?”
    216. “What’s the most refreshing thing on a hot summer day?”
    217. “Where is the nicest place you have been to in fall?”

    Seasons Conversation Starters

    218. “How have your goals changed over your life?”
    219. “Do you prefer summer or winter activities?”
    220. “What is your favorite thing to eat or drink in winter?”
    221. “Did your family take seasonal vacations?”
    222. “What do you like to do in spring?”
    223. “Do you feel like fall and spring are getting shorter?”
    224. “If you could make a holiday, what would it be like? What traditions would it have? What would people eat on your holiday?”
    225. “Is it better to live where there are four seasons or where one season takes up most of the year?”
    226. “Which season are you most active in?”
    227. “What kinds of food do you usually eat on your favorite holiday?”
    228. “What is the biggest holiday for your family?”
    229. “What is your favorite holiday?”
    230. “Do you wish there were more orlessholidays? Why?”
    Holiday Conversation Starters
    231. “Does having a day off for a holiday increase or decrease productivity at work?”
    232. “If you had to get rid of a holiday, which would you get rid of? Why?”
    233. “What do you know about the history of some holidays?”
    234. “What holidays have been over commercialized?”
    235. “If some of the lesser known holidays were commercialized, what would the commercialization look like?”
    236. “Another fun thing you can do is talk about holiday related trivia and facts. Here are some Christmas trivia questions, Halloween trivia questions, and some Thanksgiving trivia questions.”

    Education Conversation Starters

    237. “What do you think of online education?”
    238. “What are some good and bad things about the education system in your country?”
    239. “How can technology improve education? Can it hurt education?”
    240. “What do you think of standardized tests?”
    241. “How can governments make education more efficient?”
    242. “What will the future of education be?”
    243. “What do you think of homeschooling?”
    244. “Is teaching a skill that can be taught?”
    245. “Are bigger or small schools better?”
    246. “What or who has taught you most of the information you use on a regular basis?How has the education you received changed your life?”

    Food Conversation Starters

    247. “What is your favorite food?”
    248. “What foods do you absolutely hate?”
    249. “What food do you know you shouldn’t eat but can’t help yourself?”
    250. “Does government have a place in regulating food? To what extent should government regulate food?”
    251. “Do you like spicy food? Why or why not? What is the spiciest thing you have ever eaten?”
    252. “What food looks disgusting but tastes delicious?What would you want your last meal to be if you were on death row?”
    253. “What do you get every time you go grocery shopping?”
    254. “When was the last time you had a food fight?”
    255. “What do you think of buffets?”
    256. “If your life was a meal, what would kind of meal would it be?”

    Weird Conversation Starters

    257. “If you could call up anyone in the world and have aone-hourconversation, who would you call?”
    258. “Time freezes for everyone but you for one day. What do you do?”
    259. “A portal to another world opens in front of you. You don’t know how long it will stay open or if you’ll be able to get back after you go through. What do you do?”
    260. “What does your own personal hell look like? How isyour own personal heaven?”
    261. “If you were on the run from the police for a crime you didn’t commit, where would you go?”
    262. What flavor of ice cream do you wish existed?”
    263. “If you were aking/queen, what would your throne look like?”
    264. “If your mind was an island, what would it look like?”
    265. “You have to relive one day of your life forever. Which day do you choose?”

     

    I think you have got the clear idea about this Good conversation starter. I hope you will try them in your daily life and personal conversations. If you like this article, please share it with your friends. Thank you very much. 

     

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