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					OK DISCUSSION
STUDENT A‟s QUESTIONS (Do not show these to student B)

1)    What comes to mind when you hear the abbreviation „OK‟?
2)    How many meanings of „OK‟ do you know?
3)    How does different pronunciation change the meaning of „OK‟?
4)    Do you prefer the spelling „OK‟ or „okay‟?
5)    „OK‟ (or „okay‟) is a verb, a noun, an adverb and an adjective. Can you
      think of examples of each in a sentence?
6)    Is the word „OK‟ used in your language?
7)    Do you think there‟s a more recognized or more useful word than „OK‟
      on our planet?
8)    What is the difference between „OK‟ and „AOK‟?
9)    Can you complete this question and then answer it? “Is it OK If I
      ____”?
10)   Do I look OK?



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OK DISCUSSION
STUDENT B‟s QUESTIONS (Do not show these to student A)

1)    Do you think „OK‟ is a word or abbreviation?
2)    Do you think „OK‟ is a useful abbreviation?
3)    What do you think the „O‟ and „K‟ might stand for?
4)    Can you complete this question and then answer it? “Is it OK to ____”?
5)    Would you be OK with having English as your country‟s official
      language?
6)    Name something you‟re just OK at doing. Why are you just OK at this?
7)    Are you okay?
8)    In English, a longer form of „OK‟ is „okie dokie‟ (meaning yes, sure).
      What do you think of this?
9)    What things are not OK to do in your house?
10)   If someone described you as being OK, would you be happy or unhappy
      with the description?


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