Questions: シ―ナ・アイエンガ―: 選択術 

Part 1  (Comprehension Questions with Sample Answer):

  1. What is the belief of Americans in this topic?
  2. How many assumptions she discussed in the topic?
  3. What is the first assumption?
  4. What is the second assumption?
  5. What is the third assumption?
  6. Who are exposed to more options and ads associated with options than anyone else in the world.?
  7. What kind of game which is American people trained their whole lives to play that game?
  8. What is the most problematic assumption?
  9. What’s the explanation of the speaker about the quote of Robert Frost ” It is poetry that is lost in translation”?
  10. What does Joseph Brodsky said about poetry?


 Part 2  (Express Yourself Questions):

  1. How important is making a choice?
  2. What process and techniques to use to be able to make good choices?
  3. Does gut and intuition plays important role in making a choice? YES OR NO? Why?
  4. How does our society and media influenced our choices?
  5. What is the most important thing to be considered in making a choice?
  6. Can having too much choice be a bad thing?
  7. Would you rather live in your home country or live abroad?
  8. Would you rather be smart or beautiful / handsome?
  9. Would you rather be poor and happy or rich and unhappy?
  10. Would you rather marry someone plain with a good personality or someone beautiful without much personality?
  11. If war broke out in your country would you rather flee the country or fight?
  12. Would you rather be rich or famous?
  13. If you had to lose one of your senses(sight, smell, hearing, touch, taste) which would you rather lose?
  14. Would you rather marry a rich celebrity or a rich CEO?
  15. Would you rather have a brand new Mac or PC?
  16. Would you rather take a trip to a new country or get a new TV?
  17. What do you feel when have bad decision?
  18. Are you good at making decisions or are you usually indecisive?
  19. Do you make decisions quickly or slowly?


Part 3   (Activity):   MULTIPLE CHOICE

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