English Discussion on
 Old Age


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

(1) What comes to mind when you hear the term ‘old age’?
(2) Do you worry about your old age?
(3) What do you think old age is like?
(4) How will your life be different when you reach your old age?
(5) When does old age start?
(6) Is it important to prepare financially for old age?
(7) How and why do people die of old age?
(8) How many people do you know who are enjoying their old age?
(9) What new hobbies will you take up in your old age?
(10) How is old age different from being middle aged?

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

(1) Are you looking forward to your old age?
(2) Do you think life in your old age will be better or worse than now?
(3) What things are there to look forward to about old age?
(4) What can people in old age teach younger people?
(5) What social problems are associated with old age?
(6) Would you consider living in an old age home when you’re older?
(7) How would the world be different if life-prolonging drugs meant old age stared at the age of 105?
(8) Does your government care for people in old age?
(9) Would you like to live to an old age? How old?
(10) Do you think people in old age look at the world differently?



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