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

1)

What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘housing’?

2)

Is there a problem with housing in your country?

3)

Does your government provide housing for people on low or no income?

4)

Are you interested in the state of the housing market?

5)

Is it easy to find good quality housing in your town?

6)

What are the housing estates / housing projects like in your area?

7)

Do you think there’ll be housing shortages in your town / country in the future?

8)

Do you think everyone on a low income should get a housing allowance / housing benefit?

9)

If you belonged to your local housing association, what points would you consider raising?

10)

What do you think of the sheltered housing system in which governments provide accommodation for the aged and homeless?


 
 

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

1)

Is there a minister for housing in your government and does he/she do a good job?

2)

How can housing be made affordable for everyone?

3)

Do you think the housing situation in your country is better than that in your neighbouring countries?

4)

Do you know anything about your government’s housing policy?

5)

Have you ever seen very poor quality housing?

6)

What happens in your country when there is a housing boom or a housing slump?

7)

Do you understand how and why poor housing figures in the USA in October 2007 affected the world’s economies?

8)

What issues will arise with housing of the future?

9)

Which countries have major problems with housing?

10)

What would housing on the Moon or Mars look like?


 


 
 
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