A Part of Conversation Questions for the ESL Classroom.
- What kinds of corruption are there?
- Has corruption affected your life?
- Why do you think people are corrupt.
- Can corruption be a good thing?
- How do you reduce corruption?
- Which countries have a lot of corruption?
- What can you do about corruption in your country?
- How do you remove corrupt workers from their jobs?
- What is the largest bribe you have paid?
- Can corruption be a good thing in some societies?
- What would you do if your boss tells you that at Christmas it is usual to receive small presents from local companies?
- Would you accept a free ticket for a football match, a free drink by virtue of your position?
- What would you do if you receive a complaint from a citizen of an attempted bribery from a police officer?
- Do you think corrupt police officers are natural-born criminals?
- Do you know a corruption case?
- Do you think discipline is fair within the police?
- How are you going to prevent corruption and misconduct in the group that you command ?
- Is corruption within the police a result of low pay?
- Have you ever heard of a drug-related corruption case?
- Do you think police unions play a good role in the prevention of corruption?
- Is corruption ever justifiable?
- Have you ever received a bribe?
- Have you ever bribed someone?
- Do you know someone who has been bribed?
- Is bribery a big problem in the country where you live?
- Will you accept a dinner invitation from an important businessman of your city? (He has good connections in the council and you nephew is unemployed.)
- Would you revert to bribery if your life was at stake? If your child's or one of your family members' life was threatened?
- Is there a sum of money that might persuade you to "look the other way"?
If you can think of another good question for this list, please add it.
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