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


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


3) you a interpreter Would be good?


4) do you you read think about What what?


5) the do European you Parliament know about What?


6) only used European Should be the English at Parliament?


7) is How English important?


8) interpreter an be to is it think you do difficult How?


9) everyone be would language spoke different the the if world How same?


10) interpreting English problems had into What you things have?


11) reading article Did like this you?


12) to work Would as you an like interpreter?


13) organization it How official to for difficult languages have an is 24?


14) will in you life need English What for?


15) is important How country your in English?


16) are What multilingual being of advantages the?


17) English could different your not if life How speak you be would?


18) politicians What have advantages in do Europe UK?


19) the How your in is language world important native?


20) What of like head you Parliament the would European ask questions the to?

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Interpreters - The 20 Questions


STUDENT A's QUESTIONS
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1)

What did you think when you read the headline?

2)

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

3)

Would you be a good interpreter?

4)

What do you think about what you read?

5)

What do you know about the European Parliament?

6)

Should only English be used at the European Parliament?

7)

How important is English?

8)

How difficult do you think it is to be an interpreter?

9)

How would the world be different if everyone spoke the same language?

10)

What problems have you had interpreting things into English?


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

11)

Did you like reading this article? Why/not?

12)

Would you like to work as an interpreter?

13)

How difficult is it for an organization to have 24 official languages?

14)

What will you need English for in life?

15)

How important is English in your country?

16)

What are the advantages of being multilingual?

17)

How would your life be different if you could not speak English?

18)

What advantages do UK politicians have in Europe?

19)

How important is your native language in the world?

20)

What questions would you like to ask the head of the European Parliament?



 

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