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

(1) What definition would you give for laughter?
(2) Do you laugh a lot?
(3) How important is laughter?
(4) Is laughter infectious / catching?
(5) Do you often burst into laughter?
(6) When is laughter wrong or ill-advised?
(7) What do you think when you hear the sound of laughter?
(8) How does laughter happen?
(9) People can ‘roar’ or ‘howl’ with laughter, and ‘burst into’ or ‘break into’ laughter. What are the differences between these?
(10) How does laughter sound as we move from being a baby to our old age?

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

(1) Is laughter ‘the best medicine’?
(2) What do you know about laughter yoga and laughter clubs?
(3) Have you ever laughed at something you shouldn’t have – something very serious?
(4) Can you always contain your laughter?
(5) Do you ever have uncontrollable fits of laughter?
(6) What do you think of canned laughter on the television?
(7) Why do you think some people laugh more than others?
(8) What social functions does laughter have?
(9) Do men and women laugh about different things?
(10) What would you like to know about laughter?



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