Is being a soldier compulsory in your country?
Would you volunteer to become a soldier?
Why does your country have an army?
Which army would you join if you had to?
Will you be a conscientious objector?
Which job would you have in the army?
Is having an army a waste of money in your country?
Which jobs do soldiers do?
Would you fight for another country other than your own?
How can countries prevent conflicts when other nations are not trying to bring peace?
Do you think women should be soldiers?
Is there a special day to honor veterans in your country?
Have you been in the army?
Have you ever lived in a country at war?
What is military service? Is it compulsory in your country?
Do you know of any countries where military service is compulsory?
Do many young people in your country join the army? Why/why not?
Do you know anyone who is in the army or who has been? Tell me about him/her.
What do you think of people whose job is in the army?
Do you think soldiers are well paid?
If you were the partner of a soldier who had just been sent to fight in a war, what
would you include in his luggage?
What things would you like to send your partner in the army?
What do you think soldiers in miss the most?
What do you think soldiers in find the most difficult to get used to?
What do you think is the average age soldiers in the world?
Why do you think people want to become soldiers?
Has anyone in your family ever fought in a war?
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