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

1)

What images spring to mind when you hear the word ‘passport’?

2)

Do you like your passport?

3)

Are there many stamps and visas in your passport?

4)

Would you worry if you lost your passport while overseas?

5)

If you could have an additional passport from another country, what would it be?

6)

Is the passport from your country more or less useful than passports from other countries?

7)

Do you like your passport photo?

8)

What do you think passports will be like in the future?

9)

What do you do to keep your passport safe in other countries?

10)

Should we change the name of passports? We rarely travel through ports nowadays.


 
 

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

1)

Is it easy to get a passport in your country?

2)

What are the dangers to passports?

3)

Do you think there is a system that is better than everyone having to carry a passport every time they travel?

4)

Do you ever get nervous going through passport control at airports or border crossings?

5)

How much is a passport in your country? Do you think they should be free?

6)

What do you think about the new biometric passports?

7)

Do you ever get tired of filling out your passport details?

8)

What’s the passport application process like in your country?

9)

Are there any personal documents more important than a passport?

10)

Would you prefer an American or British passport?


 


 
 
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