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

(1) In what ways is the number one better than the number one hundred?
(2) Which of your loved ones are you closest to?
(3) Have you ever been number one?
(4) Can you describe one member of your family in one word?
(5) Do you read books one by one or can you read them simultaneously?
(6) Would you prefer language lessons one-to-one or do you like having other students around?
(7) Have you ever done something that was a one-off – never to be repeated?
(8) How do you know when you’ve met ‘the one’ – your perfect partner?
(9) Do you like to compete with people and get one up on them?
(10) What do you think the expressions “one love” and “one world” mean?

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

(1) What are your feelings towards the number one?
(2) Who is number one in this world and in your world?
(3) If you could have just one more of something, what would it be?
(4) Do you know anyone who is a one in a million?
(5) Are you at one with the world?
(6) If you had one wish, what would it be?
(7) If someone asked to be excused to go and do a number one, where would he or she be going? What do you think of this expression?
(8) The song “One” by U2 was voted the best song ever? What do you think of this?
(9) How would your friends describe you using this pattern – “S/he’s the one who……”?
(10) Do you think “One” would be a good name to give your child?



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