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

1)

“They’re always at each other’s throats.” Does this describe you and someone you know who you always fight and argue with?

2)

Have you ever experienced a body blow – a major setback in life?

3)

Does anyone you know always breath down your neck and make sure you do everything correctly and on time?

4)

Are you ever a bundle of nerves? What do you do to control your nervousness?

5)

Is there anyone who you just can’t stomach? Perhaps you have to leave the room if they come in because you hate them so much.

6)

Do you have so much responsibility that you feel you are carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders?

7)

Do you know anyone who is so stupid they are dead from the neck up?

8)

Have you ever said or done anything to shoot yourself in the foot?

9)

What do you do when there’s a frog in your throat?

10)

Do you have any interesting body idioms in your language?


 
 

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

1)

Do you get butterflies in your stomach when you speak in public?

2)

Who irritates and annoys you so much that they get on your nerves, and get under your skin – they are a real pain in the neck?

3)

Do you ever act on your gut feeling? Is it usually right?

4)

Have you ever had to accept a very unfair decision that was hard to stomach?

5)

Have you ever told anyone you hate their guts (in your language)?

6)

Do you know anyone who is so thin (s)he is all skin and bones?

7)

Does anyone ever try to force their views down your throat?

8)

When you need a shoulder to cry on, who do you go to?

9)

Have you ever risked your neck to help a friend?

10)

How do you feel after you’ve got a problem off your chest?


 


 
 
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