Talk About an Old Person You Know and Respect

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Talk about an old person you know and respect

  • Who he or she is,
  • How you know this person,
  • What he or she is like,
  • why you respect him or her

Sample Answer of Talk About an Old Person You Know and Respect

First of all, I would like to say that we all should respect the elder person. They are the ones who taught us to speak the truth, bind us with the social customs and traditions. One person who I would like to talk about is my grandfather. To be honest, he is my role model, and I admire him and want to be like him. he is the most patient person I have ever seen in my entire life.

He always helped others and would explain an incident which happened five years ago where our maid required 10,000INR for her child treatment, and without giving a second thought, my grandfather gave him 15k, 5k more for other expenses and also donated a unit of blood at the same time.

For this reason, the respect level towards my grandfather increased, and now I also want to be like him if possible.

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Follow-ups of Talk About an Old Person You Know and Respect

Question 1:- Do you think old people should be taken care of at home? 

Answer:- I believe the least that old people should get is proper care in terms of time from their children and some basic requirements at home

Question 2:- How can people in the neighbourhood help the elderly during an epidemic?

Answer:- By visiting them on a frequent basis and fulfilling their basic needs when no one is at the premises would really help old people during the epidemic.

Question 3:- Do you see this kind of help occurring in your neighbourhood?

Answer:- Yes, our neighbours are very helpful. During the pandemic, one of our family members was positive, and then all the family members got isolated for 14 days, then our neighbours helped us a lot during that time and brought us medicines and other consumable items at our doorstep when needed.

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