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STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student B)

1)

What do you think of today’s rising prices?

2)

When did you first feel or notice that prices were rising?

3)

Which price rises affect you most?

4)

Have you changed your spending or your habits because of the rising prices?

5)

Who in your country do the rising prices really affect?

6)

Do you think prices will come down again?

7)

What do you know about the causes of the price rises?

8)

Do you think your government should do more to help people cope with the rising prices?

9)

What three adjectives would you use to describe your feelings about the rising prices? Why these three?

10)

Who in the world is most affected by the rising prices?


 
 

STUDENT B’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student A)

1)

Do you think some people are getting rich from the price rises?

2)

What will happen to the world if prices keep rising?

3)

What will happen to your lifestyle if prices keep rising?

4)

Would you ever protest or riot in the streets because of rising prices, like they do in some countries?

5)

Do you think people should start growing their own food?

6)

Do the rising prices make you worried about the future?

7)

What hurts you more, rises in fuel prices or food prices?

8)

Would you ever consider moving to a country where things aren’t so expensive?

9)

Do you think everyone should buy smaller cars to cut demand for oil?

10)

What isn’t going up in price?


 


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