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

1)

Is there any bad blood between members of your family?

2)

Do you think family is more important than friends and that blood is thicker than water?

3)

Have you ever been after someone’s blood because they did something bad to you and you were very angry with them?

4)

Do you think you would always look after your own flesh and blood (relatives), no matter what they do to you?

5)

What really scary situations or thoughts make your blood run cold?

6)

Have you ever put a lot of blood, sweat and tears into a big project?

7)

What everyday things or which people make your blood boil so much you get very angry?

8)

Would you like to marry into blue blood and perhaps become a royal?

9)

Have you ever drawn (first) blood in a fist fight?

10)

Are there any interesting blood idioms in your language?


 
 

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

1)

Have you ever burst a blood vessel putting a lot of effort into something?

2)

Is borrowing money from your friends like getting blood from a stone?

3)

Is it in your blood to do voluntary work?

4)

Do you think you could ever do anything really bad, in cold blood?

5)

If someone tells bad lies about you, are you out for their blood?

6)

When you know you can win a game, can you taste blood?

7)

What things disturb you while you are on an airplane?

8)

Do you ever get a sudden rush of blood to the head and do something silly that you regret later?

9)

Do you ever spit blood and speak in a way that shows your anger?

10)

Do you think your government has blood on its hands?


 


 
 
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