1. Are you computer literate?
  2. Are you connected to the Internet?
  3. Are you still using your first computer?
  4. Can your children use a computer?
  5. Can your mother and father use a computer?
  6. Can your parents operate a computer? How do they use their computer? Do you chat with your parents? What kind of computer do they use? Do they enjoy using their computer?
  7. Computers are starting to be built into new houses and apartments. Would you like a computer to control your house for you?
  8. Did you learn to use a computer in high school?
  9. Do you access the Internet with your computer? Can you access the Internet from your home?
  10. Do you ever visit English websites?
  11. Do you have a computer at work and at home?
  12. Do you have a computer?
  13. Do you have a computer?
  14. Do you have a digital camera? Do you send photos by email? What kind of pictures do you take with your digital camera?
  15. Do you have a Facebook account? How often do you access it? How often do you update it? How many friends do you have? How many hours a day do you spend looking at it?
  16. Do you have a laptop or a desktop computer? Do you have both?
  17. Do you have a scanner? What kind of scanner do you have?
  18. Do you have a web page? What’s the URL? When did you start it? How much time did it take to make? How much time do you spend keeping it updated?
  19. Do you know any computer languages like C or C++?
  20. Do you know any computer programming languages? How many computer programming languages do you know? Which languages do you know? Which language do you use the most often?
  21. Do you know anything about the history of the computer?
  22. Do you know how to type well?
  23. Do you know what a blog is? Do you have one? Why/ why not? Why do people have blogs?
  24. Do you own a computer? What do you use it for?
  25. Do you read computer magazines? Which computer magazines do you read?
  26. Do you remember the first time you used a computer or the Internet? What did you think about it?
  27. Do you think a computer can bring us happiness?
  28. Do you think computers will ever be able to think for themselves or have “real” intelligence?
  29. Do you think our lives have been improved by computer technology? Think of a few examples of how computers have an educational or entertainment value. Could you do without them?
  30. Do you think people rely too much on computers?
  31. Do you think the desktop computer is going to become less popular in the future? If so, what will replace it?
  32. Do you think the invention and rise of computers have been a good thing or a bad thing? Why?
  33. Do you use a computer? Are you good at using a computer?
  34. Do you use chat rooms and instant messaging? Which ones do you use? Why do you use them? What are some things to think about when using them? Why can these be dangerous for you and your kids?
  35. Do you use chat rooms? If so, what chat rooms do you use and who do you talk to?
  36. Do you use email? Do you use e-mail every day? Do you write an e-mail in English?
  37. Do you use your computer when you do homework for school?
  38. Do you want a more powerful computer? If so, what computer do you want?
  39. Does having a computer make life more complicated or less complicated?
  40. Does your family have a computer?
  41. Have you ever sent an email to your teacher?
  42. Have you ever studied English using your computer?
  43. Have you ever taken a course at school where you used a computer?
  44. Have you tried Mac-OS, Windows, and Linux?
  45. How do you study English with your computer?
  46. How does email work?
  47. How fast can you type?
  48. How long have there been personal computers in your country? When did the average person start using a computer?
  49. How many email addresses do you have?
  50. How many emails do you send a day?
  51. How many e-mails do you get a day?
  52. How many people in your family can use a computer?
  53. How many times a day do you access your email?
  54. How many times have you upgraded your computer?
  55. How much did your first computer cost? How much did your last computer cost?
  56. How much does it cost to buy a computer? What’s the least expensive computer? What’s the most expensive computer?
  57. How much does your Internet service provider cost? Which ISP do you use?
  58. How often do you perform a backup? What kind of backup method do you use? What kind of backup media do you use?
  59. How often do you use a computer?
  60. How powerful is your computer?
  61. If you could buy a new computer, what would you like to buy?
  62. If you had lots of money, what kind of computer system would you like to buy?
  63. On the Internet, you can say whatever you want. Is that true? Is it a good or a bad thing? Why?
  64. Talk about the differences between how you use a computer and children use a computer.
  65. Talk about the first computer you ever used.
  66. Think about smartphones, like the iPhone. Do you consider them computers? Why or why not?
  67. What are some bad things about having a computer?
  68. What are some good things about having a computer?
  69. What are some of your favorite computer games?
  70. What company made your computer?
  71. What computer games have you played? Which are your favorites? Which do you think are not so interesting?
  72. What do you do when your computer doesn’t work properly? Do you have more than one computer? Can you do everything you need to do when your computer is broken?
  73. What do you think about file sharing?
  74. What do you think will happen if computers become self-aware?
  75. What do you use a computer for?
  76. What Internet sites do you visit regularly?
  77. What is artificial intelligence?
  78. What is the configuration of your PC?
  79. What is multimedia? What are the components and the element of multimedia?
  80. What is the difference between software and hardware?
  81. What is your favorite “news” site?
  82. What is your favorite website?
  83. What kind of computer do you have?
  84. What operating system do you use?
  85. What size is your computer screen? What do you think is the best size to have?
  86. What software do you use the most often?
  87. What will be the future of computers?
  88. When did you first get a computer? What kind of computer was it? About how much did it cost? Do you still have it? Do you still use it?
  89. When did you first start using a computer?
  90. Where do you use your computer?
  91. Where in your room is your computer?
  92. Which do you like better, a laptop computer or a desktop computer?
  93. Who taught you to use a computer?
  94. Why did you buy your computer?

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