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

1)

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

2)

Are you happy with a two-day weekend or should it be three days?

3)

Weekends in some countries are Fridays and Saturdays, in other countries it’s Saturdays and Sundays. Which days are best?

4)

Why do we have weekends?

5)

What do you usually do on your weekends?

6)

What’s the most memorable weekend have you had in the past years?

7)

What would life be like without weekends?

8)

How do you feel the evening before the weekend starts?

9)

Novelist Chuck Palahniuk said: "The only reason why we ask other people how their weekend was is so we can tell them about our own weekend." Do you agree?

10)

Bill Watterson said: "Weekends don't count unless you spend them doing something completely pointless." Do you agree?


 
 

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

1)

Do you think we’re lucky to have weekends?

2)

How would the world change if weekends were three days long?

3)

What are you doing this weekend?

4)

How do you feel the evening the weekend is over?

5)

Do you believe in working on the weekends?

6)

Is there anything you dislike about weekends?

7)

Which are better – weekends now or weekends as a child?

8)

Do you do everything you want to do at the weekends?

9)

John Shirley said: "Weekends are a bit like rainbows; they look good from a distance but disappear when you get up close to them." Do you agree?

10)

Loesje asked: "Why wait for the weekend to have fun?" Do you agree?


 


 
 
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