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STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student B)

1)

Do you have any allergies?

2)

What do you think would be the worst thing to be allergic to?

3)

What things are people allergic to in your country?

4)

Some people are allergic to the twenty-first century. What do you think this means?

5)

What would life be like if you suddenly became allergic to your favorite food?

6)

What do you think… / What is… life like for hay fever sufferers?

7)

What would you do if you suddenly had extreme allergic reactions to your pet / partner / best friend?

8)

What are the most common allergens?

9)

Why are some people allergic to eggs, wheat or peanuts while others are not?

10)

What are the symptoms of allergies?


 
 

STUDENT B’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student A)

1)

Can people be cured of allergies?

2)

Some people say children who don’t like taking a bath are allergic to soap. Do you have a similar saying in your country?

3)

Do you think it’s possible that lazy people are allergic to work?

4)

Do you think people with food allergies feel deprived?

5)

Do you know anyone who is allergic to opening his/her wallet?

6)

Do any of your family or friends have allergies?

7)

Which would be worse for you, an allergy to milk, alcohol or animals?

8)

What new allergies might be found in the future?

9)

How can you make children with allergies feel better?

10)

Are you ever allergic to speaking English?


 


 
 
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