R: And if you want, you don't just need to use that for talking about art. It won't be a pun, but it will still be useful. If the examiner asks like, do you prefer blah or blah? And if they're very close concepts, then you can say, I don't know where you're drawing the distinction, but I would say and then say what you would prefer. For example, Maria, can you ask me a question with two possible answers?
M: Do you prefer art galleries or museums?
R: I'm not sure where you're drawing the distinction. Because you can get art museums as well, but I suppose, I prefer museums because I'm into history.
M: Do you prefer bananas or raisins?
R: That is not... No, no, no. no. We're not answering that question. They should both be confined to wherever terrible things go.
M: Yeah, Rory doesn't like bananas.
R: No. Does anyone like bananas? Seriously?
M: I love bananas. They're yellow. They're yum, yum, yum. Nice and... And banana bread, banana desserts.
R: But on the other hand, they're evil.
M: So, dear listener, fine arts. If you want some examples of fine arts. So drawing, painting, sculpture, architecture, cinema, music, theatre. Also, you can talk about literature, visual arts, like painting, drawing, sculpture. Graphic arts, like painting, drawing design. And also digital art. Digital art is also art. So digital produced by artificial intelligence. And Rory did you know that this year, 2023 is the year of artistic risks? It's the year of computer-generated art. So, dear listener, you can talk about computer-generated art.
R: Or AI-created art.
M: You said that a specific form of art isn't to their taste. So if something is not to my taste, I dislike it. It's not to my taste.
R: Yeah, it just doesn't appeal to you. For example, I'm trying to think of, like, an art form. Most postmodern art does not... Does not appeal to my tastes or not to my taste. Because it's just random stuff or it looks like random stuff.
M: Or modern sculpture.
R: What? You don't like sculptures? Oh, no, they're cool. I don't know where I would put them in my home, but they're cool.
M: No, just an example. Modern sculpture isn't to my taste, so I dislike like it, I don't like it. Or if you really dislike it, you can say I can't stand modern art. Again, modern art from the 1860s to 1970s. Contemporary art is the art of today. And Rory said that people are drawn to symmetrical faces.