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

(1) Are you sometimes rude?
(2) What do you think about rudeness?
(3) What acts of rudeness bother you most?
(4) Is rudeness a problem in your country?
(5) What did your parents tell you about being rude?
(6) Blowing your nose in public is OK in England but rude in Japan. Slurping noodles is OK in Japan but rude in England. Who decides what’s rude and what’s not?
(7) Who is the rudest person you know?
(8) What rude behaviour do you see in public every day?
(9) What do you do when sales staff in shops or waiting staff in restaurants are very rude?
(10) If someone is rude to you, are you generally rude back?

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

(1) What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘rudeness’?
(2) Is your society becoming ruder or more polite?
(3) Which nationalities do you think are overly rude?
(4) Do cars make people rude?
(5) Are there many rude words in your language?
(6) How do you deal with someone who is very rude to you?
(7) Do you think it’s rude to correct someone’s grammar mistakes in a conversation?
(8) Should being rude be made a crime?
(9) Do you like watching one person being very rude to another person?
(10) Why is it rude to ask someone’s age?



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