English Discussion on
 Avian Bird Flu


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

(1) How concerned are you about avian bird flu?
(2) What do you know about avian bird flu?
(3) Do you think the world is treating the threat seriously enough?
(4) Influenza killed up to 40 million people in 1918. Do you think bird flu could be as deadly?
(5) What is your government doing to protect your country?
(6) What do you think is the best way to avoid the bird flu virus?
(7) Do you think world governments and agencies are coordinated enough in fighting bird flu?
(8) Has your government provided a lot of information to help you understand bird flu?
(9) Does your country import live chickens?
(10) Do you think you might become suspicious of flocks of wild birds?

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

(1) What would you do if a human-to-human strain found its way into your country?
(2) Do you think your country has enough vaccines to cope with a pandemic?
(3) Do you think it’s possible that lazy people are allergic to work?
(4) Avian bird flu has killed relatively few people. Are people over-reacting to the dangers?
(5) Do you know what the symptoms of bird flu are?
(6) Would you travel to countries which have had reported cases of bird flu?
(7) Do you think bird flu will disappear the way the SARS virus disappeared?
(8) How can a government stop the virus from entering the country?
(9) Will you now think twice about eating chicken?
(10) Would you ever eat raw chicken or raw eggs?



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