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Find your daily vocabulary,
especially ways to talk about technology.
1. What kinds of phones have you used? Which one is your favorite and why? Which one was your least favorite and why?
2. Describe the phones your parents used when you were young. What changes in technology did you witness?
3. When you can choose between a phone call, an email, a text or a Facebook post/chat, which is your preferred method of communication? Why do you like it? How often do you communicate this way?
4. Do you have a tablet? If not, do you want to get one? If so, do you find it useful?
5. Out of the technology companies, which one do you think will rise to increased fame? Which one do you think will fall and possibly become obsolete?
6. What did your first computer look like? What could it do?
7. Do you have one (or more) computers now? Describe your computer. What are the pros and cons?
8. Some people have predicted that personal computers will become obsolete due to new cell phones and other devices. Do you imagine that this is true? Why or why not?
9. How do you like to listen to music? What device do you use and why? Or do you use multiple devices?
10. What do you know about the internet (or cyberspace)? What is your understanding of it? Do you use online forums or chat rooms? Do you like to browse or do you browse for work?
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