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

1)

Are you good with children?

2)

Do you agree with the expression “children should be seen and not heard”?

3)

How many children should a couple have?

4)

When does a child become an adult?

5)

What’s the most irritating think about children?

6)

Do you like other people’s children?

7)

Do you think children are spoilt nowadays?

8)

Would you like your children to be like you?

9)

How expensive is raising children?

10)

What do you think children worry about most?


 
 

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

1)

Do you like children?

2)

Are children becoming more dangerous and violent?

3)

Do you think children are hard work?

4)

Do you think children are becoming more and more like adults?

5)

What advice would you give to children today?

6)

What do you think children would like to change about their world?

7)

What time should children go to bed?

8)

Are you a child at heart?

9)

Is it more fun to spend time with children or adults?

10)

From what age should children be allowed to work?


 


 
 
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