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

(1) Do you like jam?
(2) Do you know how jam is made?
(3) What’s the difference between jam and marmalade?
(4) What is jam used for in cooking?
(5) How often do you eat jam?
(6) Is jam best on toast, bread or in cakes?
(7) Is jam healthy?
(8) What is the best jam manufacturer?
(9) English people eat jam sandwiches for lunch. What do you think of this?
(10) Do you prefer whole strawberries in strawberry jam or strawberry bits?

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

(1) What is your favourite kind of jam?
(2) Do you know any books or movies that have famous jam scenes?
(3) Which country makes the best jam?
(4) Americans say ‘jelly’, Brits say ‘jam’. Which is it?
(5) Americans eat peanut butter and jam/jelly sandwiches. Is this acceptable behaviour?
(6) Do you know any good jam recipes?
(7) Do you think there is a link between the jam you eat and the jam in a traffic jam or in a music jam?
(8) What do you think of the idea of spicy jam?
(9) What are the differences between wage and cost inflation?
(10) What is the “market basket” used in calculating the CPI (Consumer Price Index) to get the figure for inflation?



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