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1) when the What think read you you headline did?


2) the word 'resolution' What springs to mind when you hear?


3) the of think you do What resolutions Year's New of idea?


4) make you do resolutions Year's New What?


5) New Year's resolutions ? Are you good or bad at keeping


6) the What New is Year special period about?


7) Year New the celebrate you do How?


8) was year you How last for?


9) change to like you would thing one What year last about?


10) Year's sticking a do resolutions to hard people New time have Why?


11) reading ? like you article Did this


12) resolutions common What the are ? in country your most


13) money you it How this to be difficult year save for would?


14) difficult year get for would fit you it How this to be?


15) you for like be will year this think you do What?


16) you like to stop doing this year ? What things would


17) say you would What willpower your about?


18) best friend try , and why What resolution should your?


19) the clause 'I'll try What again do next you year think - of escape?


20) professor What questions would you like to ask the psychiatry?

 
 
 
 
 
 
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New Year's Resolutions - The 20 Questions


STUDENT A's QUESTIONS
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1)

Did you like reading this article? Why/not?

2)

What are the most common resolutions in your country?

3)

How difficult would it be for you to save money this year?

4)

How difficult would it be for you to get fit this year?

5)

What do you think this year will be like for you?

6)

What things would you like to stop doing this year?

7)

What would you say about your willpower?

8)

What resolution should your best friend try, and why?

9)

What do you think of the "I'll try again next year" escape clause?

10)

What questions would you like to ask the psychiatry professor?


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

11)

What did you think when you read the headline?

12)

What springs to mind when you hear the word 'resolution'?

13)

What do you think of the idea of New Year's resolutions?

14)

What New Year's resolutions do you make?

15)

Are you good or bad at keeping New Year's resolutions?

16)

What is special about the New Year period?

17)

How do you celebrate the New Year?

18)

How was last year for you?

19)

What one thing would you like to change about last year?

20)

Why do people have a hard time sticking to New Year's resolutions?



 

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