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“It is written all over your face” is an English idiom which means that your face is ____ your emotions and thoughts. Yes, sometimes it is really hard to conceal what you are feeling or thinking! A face can say a thousand words even without speaking
A dictionary says: “physiognomy is the art of ____ character or personal characteristics from the form or features of the body, especially of the face”.
Physiognomy is very old. It ____ to ancient Greece, China and India.
the first physiognomic theory appeared in the 4th ____ BC in Athens.
Many European novelists used physiognomy in the ____ of their characters, for example Balzac, Chaucer, Oscar Wilde, Charles Dickens, and others.
People with a ____ forehead have quicker reactions than people with a straight forehead.
However, the most creative are those with a ____ forehead.
People with big eyes are more ____ and generous than people with small eyes.
What about a nose? Well, people with a big nose are very ambitious and more independent than others. They ____ the career ladder faster
If the nose tip is round, it means that the person is ____ .
If your mouth is wide, you can ____ money on anything
They are unconcerned about the future, and may have trouble finding ____ in life.