Hi everyone! Today’s word is perception /pəˈsɛpʃən/. Perception is how you view the world. It means the same thing as viewpoint, but we use it in different situations.
We often say that there is a different from perception and reality.
How do your friends see you? Maybe they think you are really hard-working. But in fact you are very lazy. In that case, there is a difference between perception and reality: they think you are hard-working but in fact you are lazy.
Some common collocations for perception are: public perception, relationship between perception and reality, reinforces the perception, change someone’s perception.
Here are some example sentences using the collocations:
The public perception of Donald Trump is that his life is chaotic.
The relationship between perception and reality changes depending on how well you know a person.
People think I’m lazy and I reinforce that perception by falling asleep at work all the time.
To change everyone’s perception of me I need to drink coffee and stay awake.
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