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

1)

Why do people lie?

2)

Is it OK to tell lies?

3)

How often do you lie?

4)

What’s the biggest lie you’ve ever told?

5)

Children who are good liars often grow up to be very intelligent. Were you a good liar when you were a child?

6)

Have you ever lied in a job interview?

7)

Have you told any lies today?

8)

Who lies more, men or women?

9)

Has a lie someone told you ever hurt you?

10)

What do you think of liars?


 
 

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

1)

People often say: “It’s easy to tell when politicians lie – they move their lips.” Do you agree with this?

2)

Do you think white lies are OK?

3)

Would you ever lie in a court of law?

4)

Do you think you could lie and beat a lie detection test?

5)

Someone once said there are ‘lies, damned lies and statistics.’ What do you think of this?

6)

How many lies are there in a pack of lies?

7)

What would you do if someone spread lies about you?

8)

Have you ever cheated on or lied to a partner?

9)

Do you feel guilty when you tell a lie?

10)

Have you ever been found out when telling a lie?


 


 
 
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