1. What kinds
of questions did the man’s family and friends ask him about
How many children do you want?
How many have you got?
When will you have children?
Do you like children?
2. For how long does the speaker see having children to be a commitment?
3. Does the speaker think he’s being selfish in his decision not to have children?
4. Does the speaker give mainly positive or negative reasons for why people usually start a family?
5. How would you best describe the man’s attitude towards people he knows who have children?
1. What colour
was the telephone the speaker had in his house while he was
growing up and what room was it in?
2. Why didn’t the speaker’s parents want him to use the phone for a long time?
3. Why doesn’t the speaker like receiving phone calls these days?
4. How does the speaker suggest you communicate with other people?
1. What did Michael like to do
while his classmates were playing sports, fighting and spending time with girls?
2. How old was Michael when he realized he didn’t like the same things as his classmates?
3. How does the speaker describe Michael’s appearance?
4. What was the main reason he got the part of Fagin in the school play Oliver?
5. What do you think is the moral of the story?
Don’t mix with people who like sports
Try to be popular
Don’t worry about how you look
Stay true to yourself
Learn to sing
At what time of year does the speaker say that the subject of
religion is the most sensitive?
2. What three things do the speaker’s colleagues say he shouldn’t speak about with his students?
3. According to the speaker, what’s the main problem with misunderstanding people’s views on religion?
4. Which fruit does the speaker use as an example of a tangible, believable thing?
5. What example does the speaker give of a belief held by children?
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