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What do you do for fun?

100

What sports are popular in your country? Why are they popular?

100

Debate the following: The aim of movies is to entertain people and not to educate them.

100

Should children help with the housework? How much or how often should they help?

100

What is the best memory you have of your family doing something together?

200

What is the most popular drama/comedy/game show in your country and what is it about?

200

Have you ever been to a play? If so, when was the last time?

200

Do you have any brothers or sisters? If so, how old are they?

200

Which do you think is more important: following the dreams your parents want for you or following your own dreams?

200

What can make you happy in the long term/ short term? Consider the following: job satisfaction, a loving family, good health, plenty of money?

300

What do you watch on your computer or smartphone?

300

How often do you go to a coffee shop with your friends? What do you do there?

300

Do you often visit your grandparents?

300

Debate the following: More and more children watch movies, listen to music or play video games on a smartphone or computer. Should parents allow their children to watch movies, listen to music or play video games on a smartphone or computer? Debate the pros and cons of restrictions on screen time. One person will give three reasons children should be able to watch movies, listen to music or play video games and the other person will argue why they should not.

300

Are you more spontaneous or planned out?

400

Do you listen to music? What is your favourite music?

400

How often do you go to parties?

400

How did you get your name?

400

Are friends more important than family? What do you think?

400

Are you more adventurous or a homebody? 

500

What singer would you most like to meet?

500

Each partner is asked to find two visuals that will represent the theme of entertainment (e.g., Google images, their own pictures): one for Vietnam and the other for the volunteer’s country (2 photos or pictures for each person). They are also asked to prepare five discussion questions for each visual image.
Outcome: a list of at least 5 differences and 5 similarities between two cultures in terms of entertainment.

500

How often does your family eat dinner together?

500

Is spanking a good way to discipline children?

500

Would you rather go rollercoaster or sky diving?

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