C. James: I think that a good family relationship means that parents and children get on well. I have a great relationship with my parents and siblings.
David: What is the key to a great relationship, James?
James: Well, I think that…
D. David: I always argue with my mum when she starts talking about chores! I
hate doing them. Since my sister is little, all duties are on me.
Emma: Everything? I am sure you do much less than I used to do when I
worked as an au-pair in the UK…
E. The teenagers discuss the most critical problem they experience with their relatives, which is a generation gap. Do you know what a generation gap is?
F. David: I always have a quarrel with my father over my lifestyle.
Heidi: Your lifestyle? What do you mean?
G. Heidi: I get on well with both my parents because they are divorced. They got divorced when I turned 5. I used to spend weekends with my daddy and weekdays with my mom. They both wanted to compensate for my ruined childhood, so they pampered me with expensive things and trips.