English Discussion on
 Road Rage


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

(1) What images spring to mind when you hear the term ‘road rage’?
(2) Is there a lot of road rage in your country?
(3) What causes road rage?
(4) Do people’s personalities change once they are behind the wheel of a car?
(5) What kind of people are more likely to commit acts of road rage?
(6) What’s the worst incident of road rage you’ve ever witnessed?
(7) Have you ever been a victim of road rage?
(8) Do you get angry with other drivers?
(9) Is road rage worse in your country or in other countries?
(10) Do the police do enough to prevent road rage?

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

(1) What would / do you do if someone hoots and flashes you from behind?
(2) What kinds of driving makes people angry?
(3) What bad driving habits from other drivers make you really angry?
(4) Do you ever think it’s dangerous to hoot (sound your horn at) another car out of anger?
(5) Why do you think some people get so angry at the wheel that they physically attack and sometimes kill other drivers?
(6) How should governments deal with road rage?
(7) How would you deal with an extremely angry motorist who was ranting and raving at you?
(8) Why do a lot of people’s manners and courtesy go out the window when they get behind the wheel?
(9) Do you think road rage will become more or less common?
(10) Do you think it’s possible for someone to never get angry while driving?



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