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STUDENT A's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to Student B.)

(1) What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘argue'?
(2) How good are you at arguing?
(3) Are there any good things about arguing?
(4) Who is the worst person to argue with? Why?
(5) Who is the most argumentative person you know?
(6) What do people usually argue about?
(7) Is it wrong to argue with your elders?
(8) How often do you feel frustrated in an argument?
(9) What was the last argument you had?
(10) Have you ever lost a friend because of an argument?

STUDENT B's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to Student A.)

(1) What do you like and dislike about arguing?
(2) What's the best way to win an argument?
(3) Is it best to avoid arguments?
(4) What kind of arguments do you dislike?
(5) What do you think of heated arguments?
(6) What do you think of anyone you argue with?
(7) How often do you wish you had never argued?
(8) What topics would you never argue about?
(9) What is the best way to make up after an argument?
(10) Who do you not like to see arguing? Why?



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