1. What is your favorite plant? Why?
2. Do you like gardening? What kind of garden would you like to make?
3. Have you ever had any plants in your home?
4. What are some benefits of having plants in your home?
5. What kind of plants can be seen in your city?
6. Have you ever received a flower pot or other small plant as a present?
7. What kind of animals can exist where there are a lot of plants?
8. Are there any plants that people think bring bad luck in your culture?
9. What do plants and people have in common?
10. How do you think plants will change in the future?
11. What do you think of the saying: “The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.”
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