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

1)

What things do you learn like a duck takes to water?

2)

Do you know anyone who is a bird brain – they never understand anything?

3)

Do you think children should learn about the birds and the bees in sex education classes at high school?

4)

Which came first, the chicken or the egg?

5)

Are you an early bird who always gets up early and arrives early?

6)

At what age do children usually fly the nest and live on their own in your country?

7)

What can people say or do to you that would annoy you and ruffle your feathers?

8)

Have you ever been on a wild goose chase? Perhaps spending hours trying to find something online?

9)

At what age are you no longer a spring chicken? Is this good or bad?

10)

Who rules the roost in your house?


 
 

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

1)

Have you ever chickened out of doing something because you were too afraid or nervous?

2)

Has anyone tried to clip your wings and stopped you from doing something you really wanted to do?

3)

What was the last cock-and-bull story you heard? How silly was it?

4)

Does your teacher have an eagle eye? Can (s)he always spot students when they do things they shouldn’t?

5)

If other people call you names, is it like water off a duck’s back to you?

6)

If someone tells you a secret. Do you ever say a little bird told you?

7)

Are you a night owl who likes to stay up late and study?

8)

Did you ever play chicken at school and do dangerous things your friends dared you to do?

9)

Have you ever been paid chicken feed for a part-time job?

10)

At what age did you feel freedom and start spreading your wings?


 


 
 
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