What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘gambling’?   1 comment

A pachinko parlor in Tokyo, Japan

A pachinko parlor in Tokyo, Japan (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

 

1) What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘gambling’?
2) Do you like gambling?
3) Do you think gambling is good or bad for gamblers?
4) What forms of gambling are legal and illegal in your country?
5) What do different religions say about gambling?
6) Why don’t governments make all forms of gambling illegal?
7) What kind of criminal activities are associated with gambling?
8) Do you think the life of a professional gambler is a glamorous one?
9) Have you ever won or lost a lot of money through gambling?
10) Do you think buying lottery tickets is a form of gambling?

 

 

 

1) Why do you think so many people like gambling?
2) What damage does gambling do to society?
3) Have you ever been to a horse race or a casino?
4) Do you think online gambling is dangerous?
5) What makes people so addicted to gambling?
6) Do you know anyone who is heavily into gambling?
7) Which part of our character makes so many of us interested in gambling?
8) How different do you think the world would be if there was no gambling?
9) What question would you like to ask a gambling addict?
10) What do you think his / her answer would be and why?

 

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