Where is the closest beach to where you live?
Have you ever heard the term "Landlocked Country"? What does this mean?
When was the last time you went to the beach? Where did you go?
What do people do at the beach?
Can you swim? When did you learn to swim? Who taught you to swim?
Have you ever been night-swimming?
Are there any problems with jellyfish, sharks or stonefish at your local beach?
Have you ever played sports on the beach? Which sports? How are they different from non-beach versions of the sport?
Have you ever collected seashells?
Can you describe a shell that you have collected?
What did you do with the shells that you collected?
What sort of animals live at the beach?
Have you ever been fishing on the beach?
What did you catch?
What did you use as bait?
What is the "tide"?
Why is there a tide?
What is a "rip tide"?
Have you ever been on a sail boat or a row boat?
Have you ever used a surf board or body board?
Do you like to sunbathe?
Do you think sunblock is important?
Have you ever been to a famous beach?
What do you wear to the beach?
How do you keep your wallet safe while you are swimming?
Is erosion a problem at your local beach?
Is pollution a problem at your local beach?
Should people be able to own a beach or part of a beach?
Why is beachfront land so expensive? Why do so many people want to live there?
Do you prefer a calm sea or do you prefer big waves?
Should dogs be allowed on the beach?
Should dogs have to wear leashes at the beach?
Should cars be allowed on the beach?
What do you think of people who swim in the nude?
Is there a nude beach near where you live?
Have you ever gone to a nude beach?
What do you think of topless swimming?
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