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

1)

What do you think when you hear the word "wrinkles"?

2)

Do you worry about wrinkles?

3)

Do you think wrinkles are good or bad?

4)

What causes wrinkles?

5)

Can we do anything to prevent wrinkles?

6)

Do some wrinkles make some people look better?

7)

How would very old people look without wrinkles?

8)

What do you think of anti-wrinkle creams? Do they work?

9)

Do men or women worry more about wrinkles?

10)

Will scientists invent something to totally prevent wrinkles one day?


 
 

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

1)

Which word is better – "wrinkles" or "age lines"?

2)

Do people worry too much about wrinkles?

3)

Do cosmetics companies lie about how their creams stop wrinkles?

4)

Would you consider botox or cosmetic surgery to remove wrinkles?

5)

What do you think of laughter lines and crow's feet?

6)

Some people say wrinkles add character to someone's face. True?

7)

The writer Mark Twain said wrinkles show where smiles have been. What do you think of this?

8)

Where on the face is it worst to have wrinkles?

9)

Are wrinkles worse for women or men? Why?

10)

What do you like and dislike about wrinkles?


 


 
 
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