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Hi guys, for my TOK presentation I'm doing "what is real" and my ToK teacher wanted a presentation plan. I prepared it and turned it. I started with distinguishing between true and real. I said that real is something that is genuine and actual as in: The only way for most people to see a real lion is to go to a zoo. And that true refers to something completely accurate: It's true that he did all the work by himself, I was with him all the time.

My presentation is kind of long and I cant loose too much time distingishing between true and real but my tacher said she didnt like how I stated the difference between both terms. What do you think is the problem with it and how can I make it better without loosing much time?

thnx!

Dan

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