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

(1) What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘no’?
(2) Which do you say more, ‘no’ or ‘yes’?
(3) Is it sometimes difficult for you to say ‘no’?
(4) What did you think when your parents said ‘no’ when you were a child?
(5) What is a no-no?
(6) When was the last time you had to shout ‘no’?
(7) Are there any no-go areas in your town? Is your room a no-go area?
(8) Do you prefer no-frills, no-nonsense stores or do you like expensive department stores?
(9) Have you ever been in a no-win situation?
(10) Do you think ‘no’ always means ‘no’?

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

(1) What do you think of the word ‘no’?
(2) When was the last time you said ‘no’?
(3) Have you ever said ‘no’ when you really wanted to say ‘yes’?
(4) What would the world be like if everyone said ‘no’?
(5) What do you think are common questions to which people reply ‘no’?
(6) Why do you think people might say ‘no, no, no, no, no’?
(7) Which question would you always say ‘no’ to?
(8) What words do you know that commonly follow ‘no’?
(9) What times in your life has your head said ‘yes’ but your heart said ‘no’ – or vice versa?
(10) Why might your government start a “Say No” campaign?



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