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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 ‘quarreling’?

2)

Who do you quarrel with most?

3)

Who is the most quarrelsome person you know?

4)

What things do you quarrel over most?

5)

Do you ever intentionally pick a quarrel with someone?

6)

Does the world quarrel with you or do you quarrel with the world?

7)

Have you ever been caught in the middle of crossfire (i.e. parents quarreling)?

8)

How can you avoid quarreling about money?

9)

Do voices in your head ever quarrel with each other?

10)

What are most of your family quarrels about?


 
 

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

1)

Do men or women quarrel more?

2)

When was the last time you saw a couple quarreling in public?

3)

What do married couples quarrel about most?

4)

Do you think children should have lessons at school on how to avoid quarrels and make up after them?

5)

Is it possible for some couples, best friends, etc to never quarrel?

6)

Is quarreling healthy?

7)

Are there subjects you should never, ever quarrel about?

8)

Do politicians in your country quarrel (and fight) with each other live on television?

9)

Would you like to study on a “How to win every quarrel” course?

10)

What happens when two people quarrel using two different languages?


 


 
 
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