It is preferable for you to draw a picture and write your answers.

You are in a desert and you see a cube.
Try to concentrate on how you feel about what you are describing and not just on how it looks. For example, you may describe the cube a certain colour because it gives you a feeling of calmness. However, another person may describe the cube a different colour that also gives her a sense of calmness. Though both people picture the cube differently, the interpretations of their answers are the same — the cube represents calmness to them.

1. The cube
How big is the cube?
What is colour of the cube? What do you think about that colour?
How far away is it from you?
Is it transparent? Can you see what is inside?
How big is the cube compared to the desert? What is the ratio?

2. There is a ladder
Is the ladder leaning on the cube?
What is the colour of the ladder? What is it made of?
What impression does it give you?
What is the distance
between the cube and the
ladder?
3. There is a horse
What is the distance between the cube and the horse?
What is the colour of the horse?
What impression does it give you?
Is it tied? Is there a saddle?

4. There is a storm
What is the distance between the storm and the cube?
Is it a big storm or a small storm?
Is it passing by or staying?

5. There is a flower/ there are flowers.
How many flowers are there?
Where is/are the flower/s?
What is the colour of the flower/s?
How do you feel about the flower/s?