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

1)

What do friends mean to you?

2)

What makes a friend a best friend?

3)

What makes you a good friend?

4)

Is it easy for you to make friends?

5)

Do you have any particularly close friends?

6)

Do you stay in touch with all of the friends you’ve made?

7)

Which long-lost friend would you like to see again?

8)

Is there a difference in friendship between your male friends and female friends?

9)

What would life be like without friends?

10)

Do you ever worry about losing your friends?


 
 

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

1)

Are friends sometimes more important than family?

2)

Do you agree with the expression “a friend in need is a friend in deed”?

3)

How similar are you to your friends?

4)

Do you think you have a special understanding with your friends?

5)

At which stages of life is it easier to make friends?

6)

Are your childhood friends those you have strongest bonds with?

7)

What’s the nicest thing you’ve ever done for your friends?

8)

How often do you fall out with your friends?

9)

If you could choose any friend in the world, who would it be?

10)

What is the most valuable thing you have to offer as a friend?


 


 
 
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