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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 word ‘youth’?
(2) What are the good things and bad things about today’s youth?
(3) Are today’s youth different from the youth of yesteryear?
(4) How would you describe an average member of today’s youth?
(5) Do today’s youth respect authority?
(6) What is the fountain of youth?
(7) Do you think youths understand how lucky they are?
(8) How are the youth of different continents different to the young people in your country?
(9) Pablo Picasso said: "Youth has no age." What did he mean? Do you agree?
(10) Someone once said: "Don't waste your youth growing up." What did they mean? Do you agree?

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

(1) What three adjectives would you use to describe today’s youth?
(2) What’s the biggest problem with today’s youth?
(3) What aspects of today’s youth make you hopeful about the future?
(4) Do you have any wild and crazy stories from your youth?
(5) What’s the thing you hated most about your youth?
(6) Do old people understand today’s youth?
(7) What kind of youth were you?
(8) What things about the world do you think youths are angry about?
(9) Herbert Asquith said: "Youth would be an ideal state if it came a little later in life." What did he mean? Do you agree?
(10) George Bernard Shaw said: "Youth is a wonderful thing. What a crime to waste it on children." What did he mean? Do you agree?



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