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[Debate/토론] (Q&A) Memories
최고관리자  |  21-08-23 00:00

If you’re lucky, you have more good memories than bad ones. I’m very lucky. I have lots of good memories. I don’t have many painful memories. I don’t know why. Lots of bad things happened to me when I was younger but I don’t really have strong memories of them. I do have very clear memories of happy times. My earliest memory is of my first day in kindergarten. I guess I was three. I remember playing in the sand and eating it. I don’t remember my mother getting angry though. My most wonderful memory is a holiday to Mexico when I was ten. I remember every sound and smell so clearly. When I look at our family photos, the memories of what we did come flooding back. I’d like to relive those memories one day.
* painful = (몸이, 마음이) 아픈[괴로운, 고통스러운]; 골치 아픈, 성가신/ though = (문장 끝에 와서) 그렇지만[하지만]/ flood back = (기억 등이) 눈앞에 어른거리다/ relieve = (특히 상상 속에서) 다시 체험하다/ one day = 언젠가[어느 날](미래의 어느 시기나 과거의 특정한 날을 가리킴)   

* 질문 *

01. How good is your memory?
02. What's your earliest memory?
03. What's your most vivid memory?
04. What is the best memory you have?
05. Do you have a photographic memory?
06. How do you want people to remember you?
07. Do certain photographs bring back memories?
08. What do you wish you were better at remembering?
09. How much do you think memories change over time?
10. Who was your most memorable teacher? (Bad or good)
11. Are there some things or times that you will never forget?
12. Do you have any strong memories linked to a particular smell?
13. Is the ability to memorize lots of things important? Why or why not?
14. Have you ever walked into a room and forgotten why you went there?
15. Why do you think some people remember the same events differently?
16. If you could edit your memories, which ones would you erase and why?
17. Are computers making our ability to remember better or worse? Give some examples.