OK. Here is the deal. I have been chosen, out of a list of me and no one else, to help design a poster. The poster will depict common household phrases, translated into the students' native language. That part is easy to grasp. Where is gets tricky, is how to get vague phrases, (i.e. "What are we eating?" "Can I go outside?" and even "yes" and "no") to be depicted in a single photograph. I have several shots already taken and I am not happy with any of them. I was willing to chalk it up to the teacher wanting this poster not thinking the chosen phrases out as to how they would be depicted. But I am taking it as a challenge now, and I was wondering if anyone had any nuggets of inspiration? Entire list follows: Sit down Be quiet. Please read ... Yes. No. Maybe. I am thirsty. I am hungry. Can I go upstairs? Can I go outside? Can I go to the bathroom? Stop. Clean up please. Line up. You may go. Lets pray. Get your books. Are we/you ready? Use your manners. Can I answer the phone? What are we eating? Can I go there. Are we going swimming? What hurts? Brush your teeth.