English Discussion on
 Weight

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THE DISCUSSION ON WEIGHT

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

(1) What images spring to mind when you hear the word ‘weight’?
(2) Do you worry about your weight?
(3) Does your weight go up and down easily or is it usually stable?
(4) How often do you weigh yourself?
(5) What’s your ideal weight?
(6) Have you ever tried to lose or gain weight?
(7) What do you think overweight people think of people who are anorexic (and vice versa)?
(8) Should we learn about how to control our weight at school?
(9) Do you know what your birth weight was?
(10) An English proverb says: "Don't dig your grave with your own knife and fork." What does this mean? Do you agree?





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

(1) Are you happy with your current weight?
(2) What’s the best way to lose or put on weight?
(3) Do you think people worry too much about their weight?
(4) Is your partner’s weight important to you?
(5) Why is almost everyone's new years resolution to lose weight?
(6) Are you worth your weight in gold?
(7) Do men or women worry more about their weight?
(8) What problems do overweight and underweight people have?
(9) Why do you think people are secretive about their weight?
(10) Someone once said: "The best way to lose weight is to eat all you want of everything you don't like." Do you agree?



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