1would you describe yourself as a post-modernist?  
2why should we choose you over the other candidates
3why haven't there been many French operas? 
4Why does French food interest you?
5Why do you want to study a very literature-based degree?
6Why do we psychoanalyse historians?
7why do things have names?  
8what would happen here if someone caught bird flu? (this question was asked in German)
9what makes something poetic? 
10What makes a short story different from a novel?
11what is wrong with the sentence 'here comes bob'?  
12What is the purpose of comedy?
13What is language?
14what I thought of the TV programme 'wife swap' and what class issues arose from this. 
15What do you think Voltaire meant by 'Il faut cultiver notre jardin'?
16What are the differences between Spain and Latin America?
17Was Romeo impulsive?
18This very passage is a fundamental contradiction of its own message? what does that say about the writer when compared to the tonal difference of the last line?
19Think of a painting of a tree. Is the tree real?
20tell me the most interesting thing about yourself.  
21Should poetry be difficult to understand?
22In a world where English is a global language, why learn French?
23if you had a rugby match, an orchestra concert and a piece of homework, how would you prioritise them and why?  
24How does Le Monde differ from English broadsheets?
25do you feel that there is censorship in the English media?  
26Chekhov's great, isn't he?
27Are you surprised that there is no Russian word for "privacy"?
28 if you had to send 3 things in a package to a group of isolated tribes’ people that would immediately let them know what it means to be 'French', what would you choose? 
29How the French Rev is seen today, how it influenced literature.
30What I liked about ‘Un Sac de Billes’. 
31What can historians learn from literature
31Are there any similarities between Russian and Ancient Greek culture? Are there still similarities today?
32“Words are described as the “SS of the unconscious” in this passage. What do you think this means?” 
33Would Gogol have been able to achieve a similar effect had he set the novel in the countryside?
33Why does ‘sortir’ sometimes take ‘avoir’ in the perfect tense?
34Loads about imagery, language used, style.
35Is it damaging that schoolchildren only learn about the Nazis in history lessons.
36Is it useful that some German words have no English translation, eg Schadenfreude
37Would it be better if we all spoke English.
37Do I agree with the quote that “my language is the limit of my imagination”.
38What the difference was between the relationship between Greeks and Greek history and other nationalties with their history (ie french people and french history)
39Prose and poetry and about how my Latin knowledge helped me with languages.
39What’s the difference between history and literature? 
40What’s the point in studying literature?
41What’s the point in studying languages if everybody can speak english?
41About the death of lyrical poetry after Auschwitz
42What makes a good novel.
43Do you need to understand the history to understand a novel?
43Is it possible to be perfectly fluent in a foreign language?
44Is it not possible to translate some words/concepts?