Describe a family (not your own) which you like a lot
You should say:
Where the family lives
How you got to know them
What did they do with you
And explain why you like them so much
I have met lots of family in my life, and David’s family is the one I like a lot. David is my father’s loved friend, and he is living in Wuhan with his whole family. He is so close to my father that the two families have to visit each other once every year; even though we live very far away from them.
I got to know them for the first time when I was 7 years old, as my father and I visited them for the Chinese New Year celebration. I still remember that they give me a red envelope, which was filled with new money and symbolized good wishes and luck for the new year.
I like them a lot because of two reasons. Firstly; most family members are soldiers, and they are very humorous, engaging, and knowlegeable. Secondly; they are very generous and kind to me. When I have any achievement or ceremony, such as birthday and graduation with first-class degrees, they always give me red envelopes to share blessings and celebrations no matter where I am. The importance of the red envelope for me isn’t the cash inside. It’s the envelope itself; the red color associates with energy, happiness, and good luck. The process of receiving and opening red packets are always full of fun and love.
故事简介：在我的生活中我见过很多家庭，David的家庭是我最喜欢的。David是我爸爸最喜欢的朋友，他现在和 他的全家住在武汉。他和我父亲关系很好，即使我们住得很远，两家人每年都要去探望一次。我第一次认识他们是 在我7岁的时候，当时我和父亲去他们家过年。我还记得他们给我一个红包，里面装满了新钱，象征着新年的美好 祝愿和好运。我很喜欢他们有两个原因。首先，大多数家庭成员是军人，他们非常幽默，迷人，知识渊博。其次, 他们对我非常慷慨和善良。当我有任何成就或典礼，如生日和一等学位毕业，他们总是给我红包，分享祝福和庆祝， 无论我在哪里。红包对我来说重要的不是里面的现金。是信封本身;红色使人联想到活力、幸福和好运。接收和打开 红包的过程总是充满了乐趣和爱。