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

1)

What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘prices’?

2)

Do you care about prices?

3)

What are prices like in your country?

4)

How do prices compare now to ten years ago?

5)

What prices do you care about most?

6)

Do you understand why oil prices go up and down?

7)

How are prices in your country compared with those in other countries?

8)

Is there a big variety in prices in the different food stores in your town?

9)

Are low prices always good?

10)

What can governments do to stop prices rising?


 
 

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

1)

Do you look at and remember the price of goods when you are shopping?

2)

What do you think of real estate prices?

3)

When did you first start thinking and worrying about prices?

4)

Why do prices vary so much from store to store when you buy things like electronics?

5)

What happens when prices go up at a faster rate than salaries?

6)

Do you think Internet prices of goods should be cheaper than retail prices in stores?

7)

What do you think prices for everyday things will be like twenty years from now?

8)

What prices will decrease over the next few years?

9)

Do you keep an eye on share prices?

10)

What do you think when you see an advert that says “Unbeatable Prices”?


 


 
 
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