1. Are there any activities that you used to do but don’t do anymore? Why did you stop?
  2. Do men and women spend their free time differently? How?
  3. Do people’s leisure time activities change as they get older? How?
  4. Do you ever feel that you waste your free time? How? What can you do about this?
  5. Do you find that your works or studies take up your free time?
  6. Do you have enough free time?
  7. Do you have free time on Sundays?
  8. Do you have more free time now than when you were a kid?
  9. Do you have much free time during the day?
  10. Do you have much free time in the evenings?
  11. Do you have much free time in the mornings?
  12. Do you like gossiping in your free time? Who do you gossip with? Who do you gossip about?
  13. Do you like to watch movies? (…like to play tennis, …)
  14. Do you think a four day work week would be a good idea?
  15. Do you think people had more or less free time in the past?
  16. How do free time activities differ now compared with the past?
  17. How do the men in your family usually spend their free time?
  18. How do the women in your family usually spend their free time?
  19. How do you like to spend your free time? going shopping? going to the cinema? chatting? playing computer games going to the disco? playing sports? reading? relaxing?
  20. If it were suddenly announced that tomorrow was a national holiday, what would you do?
  21. If you had more free time, what would you do with it?
  22. Is there something you wish you could do with your free time but can’t?
  23. Is there such a thing as too much free time?
  24. Tell me about some good places to hang out. Why are they good?
  25. What are some things you like to do in your free time?
  26. What are you doing this weekend?
  27. What did you do last summer vacation?
  28. What did you do last weekend?
  29. What do you do in your free time?
  30. What do you do on Saturdays?
  31. What do you really hate having to do in your free time?
  32. What does the idiom “Time is money.” mean? Do you agree with it?
  33. What hobbies do you have?
  34. What is the most worthwhile thing a person can do with their free time?
  35. What new activity would you like to try doing in your free time?
  36. What would you do if you had more free time?
  37. When do you have free time? (How do you spend your free time?)
  38. Where do you spend your free time?
  39. Where do young people in this country usually spend their free time?
  40. Who do you like to spend your leisure time? What do you usually do?
  41. Who do you spend your free time with?
  42. Would you like to have more free time? What would you like to give up so that you could have more free time?

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