Sample Questions might vary from actual questions asked.

Part 1
• How well do you know the people who live next door to you?
• How often do you see them?[Why?/Why not?]
• What kinds of problem do people sometimes have with their neighbours?
• How do you think neighbours can help each other?

Part 2
Describe a time when you were asked to give your opinion in a questionnaire or survey
You should say:
what the questionnaire/survey was about
why you were asked to give your opinions
what opinions you gave
and explain how you felt about giving your opinions in this questionnaire/survey.

Part 3
Discussion topics:
Asking questions
Example questions:
What kinds of organisation want to find out about people's opinions?
Do you think that questionnaires or surveys are good ways of finding out people's opinions?
What reasons might people have for not wanting to give their opinions?
Questionnaires in school
Example questions:
Do you think it would be a good idea for schools to ask students their opinions about lessons?
What would the advantages for schools be if they asked students their opinions?
Would there be any disadvantages in asking students' opinions?

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