Game instructions: Choose one of these situations below and ask your partner questions from the form that you think would be asked in that situation and write the answers. Can your partner guess which situation you chose from which questions you asked? NB. When two words or expressions are given divided by a slash (/), that means both are possible ways of saying it, not that you should use both in your question
airport, job interview, dating agency, blood donation, police interrogation, passport office, looking for somewhere to live, language school, insurance application, university application, meeting fiancé/ fiancée’s family, genealogy, registering with a doctor, gym membership, joining a religion
Family name/ Last name/ Surname (in BLOCK LETTERS)
Maiden name/ Previous surname, if any
First names/ First and middle names/ Given names
Place and country of birth
Country of permanent residence
Date of arrival in UK if from overseas
Date of issue
Date of expiry
Date of birth
Age on 30 September 2010
Do you have any disability or special needs? (If so, please specify).
Does your family have a history of heart problems/ high blood pressure/ diabetes?
Appearance/ Distinguishing features
Are you on any regular medication? (If so, please specify)
Present address for correspondence
House name or number
Town or city
Postcode/ Zip code
Tel. No. Daytime
How long have you been at this address?
Permanent Home Address (if different)
Best time to contact you
Best method of contacting you
Father’s name and profession
Mother’s name and profession
Mother’s maiden name
Who should we contact in case of an emergency?
What relationship are they to you?
Please give the names, addresses and positions of two referees:
1. Professional/ Educational Referee
2. Personal Referee
How do you know these people?
Ethnic background (this will not be used for the selection process)
Would you describe yourself mainly as: (please tick)
White Black Asian other (please specify)
Sexual orientation (please circle)
Gay Straight Bisexual
First language/ Mother tongue/ Language spoken at home
Foreign languages and levels
Occupation/ Profession/ Job
Interests and hobbies
|Useful languageThat’s a bit personalI’d rather not answer that, if you don’t mind|