What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘quality’?   Leave a comment

"Associate yourself with men of good qual...

“Associate yourself with men of good quality if you esteem your own reputation, for ’tis better to be alone than in bad company.” ~ George Washington. (Photo credit: eyewashdesign: A. Golden)





1) What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘quality’?
2) Would you rather have quality or quantity?
3) Do you always believe a company that says its products are of the highest quality?
4) Do you always have to pay for quality?
5) How do companies control the quality of their goods and services?
6) Do you mind paying extra for better quality?
7) Which countries produce top quality goods?
8) Do you luxury, brand goods are worth the money? Is the quality so much better than non-brand goods that are half the price?
9) What was the last thing you bought where you looked at the quality?
10) Is good quality toilet paper important to you?






1) Is quality important to you?
2) When do you want top quality service?
3) When was the last time something disappointed you because of its poor quality?
4) How would you rate the quality of your English tuition?
5) What do you think of the air quality and water quality in your town?
6) How important to you is the sound quality of your music player?
7) Which stores or companies offer goods and services at an affordable quality?
8) What do you think about the quality of the goods and services at McDonalds?
9) Which makers or products have a reputation for good build quality?
10) What do you do in life that is top quality?



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