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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 ‘jungle’?
(2) What is the difference between a jungle and a rainforest?
(3) What was you image of jungles when you were a child?
(4) Would you like to go trekking through a jungle?
(5) Do you think living in the jungle would be better than living in a modern city?
(6) What dangers are there in the jungle?
(7) What should the world do to protect jungle tribes?
(8) Are you a person that would stick to the beaten track in the jungle or cut a totally new track for yourself?
(9) What is the law of the jungle?
(10) What can you do to protect yourself against inflation?

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

(1) For how long do you think you could live in the jungle?
(2) What would you do every day if you lived in the jungle?
(3) What are the most beautiful features of jungles?
(4) How many and how much of the world’s jungles will still be there in a hundred years from now?
(5) Do you think you could survive in the jungle?
(6) Is it easier to survive in the jungle or the concrete jungle?
(7) What things would you be afraid of in the jungle?
(8) Are jungles healthier, less stressful places to be than cities?
(9) If you spent a year in the jungle, who would you like to take with you?
(10) What three personal belongings would you need if you were to spend a year in the jungle?



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