TAI UPINT Addictions - Discussion Work in pairs. List at...

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Unformatted text preview: Discussion Work in pairs. List at least 5 different things that people can become addicted to. Choose one from your list and discuss the possible results of this addiction. Work in pairs. Ask each other questions from one of the questionnaires: DRINK A N D YOU 1. Do you drink alcohol every day? 2. How much do you drink a week? 3. Do you ever get drunk? How often? 4. Do you need a drink to relax? 5. Do you drink with other people or on your own? 6. Do you regularly get a craving for a drink? (= a very strong desire) 7. Do you think it's a habit or an addiction? SMOKING A N D YOU 1. Do you smoke? Cigarettes? Cigars? A pipe? 2. How many do you smoke a day? 3. Do you smoke to relax? 4. Do you feel nervous if you hayen't had a smoke for a long time? 5. Do you get strong cravings? 6. Do you wish you could stop smoking? 7. Could you give it up easily? b Does your partner have a problem? Reading Work in pairs. Student A read extract 1, student B read extract 2. Then report the contents to each other. Extract 1 Extract 2 Slowly, the drink began to take over and things got worse. His behaviour was becoming unpredictable. He tells of one incident in a club on a Sunday afternoon when a fight broke out and he and some friends were involved. Minutes later he was outside being questioned by police and then...
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2009 for the course ED 20314 taught by Professor Carolinaserna during the Spring '09 term at California State University , Monterey Bay.

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