If you still have a non-grounded outlet. One that does not have a ground wire you should replace the wire that feeds that outlet and not just add a ground wire from another source. The main reason is your feed wires are over 50 years old and could have other problems
they become grounded
No, but the outlet or switch will still require a ground wire
Change the outlet to a grounded one. Get an adapter that goes from 3 prong to 2. Break the ground prong off. Any one of these will work.
It's probably not grounded properly. Make sure the outlet is grounded and that they house wiring is properly grounded.
Actually it depends on if the outlet was properly wired in the first place. A 4 wire outlet does have a ground, neutral, and 2 "hot"
It's always dangerous to have a 3 prong outlet that isn't grounded unless it's a GFCI outlet or electrically down stream from a GFCI outlet. Down stream means the outlet is further away from the circuit breaker -- not physically further away, but further from the breaker electrically
If you mean a 'socket' or 'outlet' then nothing will happen unless the screwdriver blade is grounded, either by touching it or connecting it to the other side.This is NOT a very smart thing to do anyway.
Licking an outlet is not preferred. If you lick an outlet, there are chances that you may get shocked.
It becomes electrically discharged.
Not correctly , It will show on a tester that it is grounded but you should run a separate ground for it to be properly grounded
Nothing happens when you put a magnet near an electrical wall outlet.