family member who had great impacts on you话题的part3部分共6个问题答案。
1. What are the values of family in your country?
Answer: That’s a really important question. First of all, I believe that
family values don’t differ from country to country and allow me to say that they
should be the same throughout the world. As far as I’m concerned, the most
important values of a family are the so-called moral values, which enable people
to draw plausible distinctions between right and wrong, good and bad, true and
false. The lessons learned from the family are invaluable throughout our
Furthermore, the family values are vital in making decisions and can be
obtained by personal and life experiences with close relationships with family
members. To be more specific, some examples could be: being honest and
trustworthy, courageous and patient, taking up responsibilities as well as
adding values to the world are the norms of our family and society. A family is
so important and we stand for our family members no matter what. Thus the family
comes first is the morality everyone in our country believes. We also consider a
family as the unit of a society or a country and bonding, relationship,
trustworthiness, helpfulness are lessons that come with the close family
2. How family bonding is necessary for happiness in life?
Answer: Our parents are the reason for our existence and with them, we get a
family. Parents are the persons we see and rely on when we open our eyes for the
first time. Moreover, parents are the primary educator and they teach their
children how to develop confidence, socialisation skills, morals, values and
views in life. Since they are the base of our family, closeness in a family
leads people to have an intrinsically fulfilling and flourishing life.
This can be justified by the fact that kids who enjoy strong family bonding
tend to be happier and mentally healthier that those who are in a dysfunctional
3. What type of family do you like? Nuclear family or joint family?
Answer: That’s really an interesting question! My personal opinion is that a
nuclear family is much more preferable to me compared to a joint family. The
reason for my preference is possibly because I grew up in a nuclear family and
it was a pleasant memory for me. Besides, in a nuclear family there are the
couple and their children and in this situation anything is manageable and
family members have a stronger relationship. Fighting and quarrel are rare in
On the other hand, the second type of family is extended family or joint
family and includes grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins and so on. I prefer a
quiet environment than a noisy one. In a joint family, this is unlikely to
happen and people always do not have privacy. Therefore, I strongly believe that
a family only with mum, dad and siblings works better for me.
4. How family value and bonding have changed over the last decade?
Answer: Unfortunately, the sacred notion of a family has lost its meaning to
a certain extent in the last ten years. People don’t invest in feelings anymore
and don’t retreat as well. Nowadays quarrels between couples are a frequent
occurrence and because women are financially independent, they don’t step back
like they did many years ago. Moreover, a principal cause that has led to this
situation is the internet. When family members have some spare time they prefer
to consume it by going online instead of having some family conversations. I
would jump to the conclusion that people who decide to create a family should
let go off their ego and in difficult times they should also think that their
children want their parents to be happy and together.
5. In what ways have families in your country changed in recent years?
A. The families have changed greatly in my country for different reasons and
situations. Earlier the families were united but currently they have been shaped
into nuclear families. When people used to live the in the country areas, the
families were large but with the advancement of time, the families have broken
and took their own shares and formed small families instead of the large ones
with the excuse of extensive maintenance cost, misunderstanding and more other
6. Should husbands and wives have different roles within the family? Why /
A. A husband and a wife should play different roles for different reasons.
From time immemorial, males are considered as the bread earners while the
females are the homemakers. But the ideas have changed massively in the current
days. Now, both the husband and wives are seen engaged in money-earning
activities. Moreover, they are sharing their responsibilities between them and
thus they are playing different roles in the family.
7. Which are more important to you – your family or your friends?
A. My family is the most important thing to me than friends. A Family is a
place where you will have everything. The family members will try to support you
reasonably; both in good and bad situations and in return, they do not expect
anything. It is the most important feature of a family. The family members will
never leave you forever, but the scenario is just the opposite with the friends.
When there are no benefits in helping you, the friends will be nowhere to be
found! They will avoid you in every possible manner. So, my family is my top
8. What conflicts can arise between a person’s family and a person’s
A. There are different issues that can create trouble between you and your
family or you and your friends. Regarding the familial issue, your family
members may guide you to the right way but due to your lack of knowledge, you
may get involved into arguments over the guidance. You may prefer following the
one which appears better to you (although in reality that is not meant for
On the other hand, conflicts with friends may range from any trifling matter
to a major issue like business loss or life or death situation. Family members
are always with the well-wishers or try to make better but the friends are not
always with the same thought to make you feel good unless they have any hidden
benefit with the issue. The common conflict can arise when someone spends most
of his/her time with friends and family members starts complaining about it.