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ESL Honeymoon Writing Prompts

Instructor: Yolanda Reinoso Barzallo

Yolanda holds a CELTA Cambridge, a Juris Doctorate, and a Master of Public Administration. She is a published author of fiction in Spanish.

A honeymoon is a unique event and it certainly makes a great topic for writing. Your ESL students will get a kick out of the prompts you give them on the topic of honeymoons.

Different Language Levels and Life Situations

Your ESL students are very likely to enjoy writing about the honeymoon topic. Naturally, as a teacher you know that your students are ready to write based on one prompt or another depending on their language level. However, it is also necessary to remember that not all our ESL students had a honeymoon just because they are married already. Some may be still single. This is to say that our ESL students' situations will vary, which is why we give you a few options here that consider the language level or the different situations students can have when it comes to a honeymoon. Let's look at the prompts.

Honeymoon Writing Prompts

Hypothetical Situations

Whether your ESL students have experienced or not a honeymoon, these prompts are good for writing about hypothetical situations.

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