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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 ‘red’?
(2) What would the world be like without the colour red?
(3) Is the colour red important in your country’s culture?
(4) What things look good in red and what things do not?
(5) How would you feel if you lived in a red house with everything red inside?
(6) What human characteristics does the colour red represent?
(7) When was the last time you “saw red”?
(8) Have you ever been “in the red” with the bank?
(9) If a person’s favourite colour is red, what kind of person are they?
(10) Why aren’t red wine, red meat and red hair really red?

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

(1) Have you ever been caught red-handed doing something you shouldn’t?
(2) What red objects do you like most?
(3) Why do the Red Cross and Red Crescent organizations use the colour red?
(4) Do you like the word ‘red’?
(5) Do you ever get fed up of the red tape in local and national governments?
(6) What idioms or expressions are there in your language using the word ‘red’?
(7) What feelings does the colour red express?
(8) When was the last time you painted the town red?
(9) Do you think brands like Ferrari and Coca Cola are better red?
(10) Do you get a lot of red writing on your paper when your teacher returns your homework?



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