A1. To tell you the truth, I tend to spend quality time with my members and enjoy the harmony that we have at our home.. Other than my working hours, more often I stay at home with my spouse and children. Being abroad, my extended family is out of my access, so my nuclear family is all in all what I have as a family with me.
A2.Well, my daughter is the one I am closest to in my family. She is not only my daughter, rather she is my best friend. I share everything with her. Also, she’s the apple of my eye that’s why I love her from the core of my heart.
A3.Well, my top-most priority is my family. They are the ones to be with me through thick and thin. We are unconditionally bonded to each other, and we never give a second thought to each other’s words. On the other hand, we need to be a bit conscious and careful when are among our friends.
A4. Yes, of course. It’s absolutely important in our culture. We live in extended families and have the highest level of patience for each other. We share everything. If someone is in trouble. he/she will find all around him/her. We lend a helping hand to the one who is in trouble and support him/her in all respects.
Very nice answers. I see that family is very important to you. Here are some corrections…
– my members = “my family members”
– unconditionally bonded = “unconditionally bound”
– we never give a second thought to each other’s words = “we always pay close attention to each other’s words”
when we are among our friends – “when we are among friends”
If someone is in trouble. he/she will find all around him/her. – “If anyone finds themselves in trouble, we will all be there to support them”
Thanks an awful lot. You are quite knowledgeable, Eli.
Few are blunders not mistakes haha.