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

1)

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

2)

Is the rose the most beautiful flower in the world?

3)

Why are roses associated with romance?

4)

What colour roses do you like best?

5)

Has you ever given someone a rose or a bunch of roses?

6)

Can you name all of the parts of the rose?

7)

Do you think roses are most commonly associated with England?

8)

If a red rose is for love, what are white, yellow and pink roses for?

9)

What do you think of the name ‘Rose’ for a newborn baby (girl)?

10)

“Life is a rose; beware of the thorns.” What do you think of this?


 
 

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

1)

Is it more romantic to give a single rose or a dozen?

2)

Do you like the smell of roses?

3)

Why do you think people put rose petals in their bath?

4)

What does the expression “like a rose between two thorns” mean?

5)

If a rose were human, what kind of personality would it have?

6)

Does a rose have any meaning or importance in your culture?

7)

Why are rose tattoos so popular?

8)

In what way is love like a rose?

9)

Do men like receiving roses too?

10)

Do you think roses are good for your health?


 


 
 
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