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these questions to find your daily vocabulary, especially how you might
speak about image.
1. What is your image? In other words, how do you want people to see you? How do you cultivate this with your appearance and behavior?
2. Describe someone you know who has an interesting image. What does this person look like and how does he/she act?
3. Describe a famous person who has an interesting or memorable image. Remember to think of the person's appearance and behavior.
4. Think of these occupations. What kind of images do these people need to present: yoga instructor, karate instructor, CEO?
5. Think of these occupations. What kind of images do these people need to present: newspaper journalist, television journalist, politician?
6. Describe a movie you saw recently. This time think of just images (not people). What are a couple images that you remember clearly?
7. When you see a movie, what kinds of images do you prefer? Why?
8. What do you think of the images on the internet? Do you think they are good now? Do you think they need improvement?
9. Do you think that images affect the ways that people think? For instance, do you think violent images can cause people to behave violently or that peaceful images can make people feel calm?
10. Do you think that advancing technologies will reduce the importance of image or make it more important? Explain.
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