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

1)

Which is more difficult to learn, English or your language?

2)

What things are you better at than your best friend?

3)

Are people today luckier than they were 50 years ago?

4)

Is it better to study English in class or online?

5)

Are you happier now or were you happier when you were younger?

6)

Are video games better for you than watching TV?

7)

What is worse than failing exams?

8)

Is it better to go on a date with someone who is older or younger than you?

9)

Do you think buying a more expensive brand means it is much better than a cheaper brand?

10)

How much would you pay to have an Internet connection that is 100 times faster than the one you have now?


 
 

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

1)

Does life get more complicated the older you become?

2)

Is the world safer now than it was before 9-11?

3)

Is studying comparatives easier or more difficult than studying superlatives?

4)

Will tomorrow be more interesting than yesterday?

5)

Is there anything more delicious than your mother’s cooking?

6)

What is healthier: eating good food or getting lots of exercise?

7)

Would you like to be more beautiful / more handsome than you are now or more intelligent than now?

8)

Which is worse: a virus attacking your computer or a virus attacking your body?

9)

Are you smarter than your parents? In what way(s)?

10)

What would you like to be better at than anyone else in the world? Why?


 


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