A well-known ice-breaker. Students have to mingle to get responses to the questions. If they can, they should form the question, eg 'Find someone who likes the colour blue: Do you like the colour blue?'
If they can't, you can give them the questions on the page.
Also, if they can they should ask a follow-up question like, 'What kind of blue do you like?' or 'What do you have that's blue?' and write the responses.
They should change partners after every question, so they all mingle. Afterwards they can read some responses to the class, which involves converting the question back to a statement.