Describe an Old Person You Know and Respect Speaking Cue Card

Describe 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 Describe an Old Person You Know and Respect

I know many old people and respect them, but I am going to speak on Elder Miracle as we normally call her. She is a retired headmistress who studies overseas with many qualifications but chooses to come down home to impact the knowledge on our people and liberate our people from ignorance. She is taller than me. And more beautiful than I am. I knew her from the event I exulted my mother-in-law for senior citizen with the governor. So it happens that this aged Miracle read welcome address to the governor. His accent was far totally from ours, which attracted people to focus on the reading. She dresses different and cooperates. Excellent in neatness. I was astonished that my mother-in-law, who is very difficult to praise someone, did that in a hurry. So I respect her because many of our people who went out of the country to study never came back—Talkless of teaching in the countryside. To an extent, I waited for her just to have some interaction with her.

Follow-ups of Describe an Old Person You Know and Respect

Question 1. What qualities does a person need to have to take care of old people?

Answer:- senior citizens are those over 60 years of age. But not all that needs assistance at that age. Some who needs need some qualities like endurance, empathy and a sense of humour. Without endurance, you can’t care for the aged because they normally behave like kids due to the ageing process.

Question 2. Do you think old people should be taken care of at home?

Answer:- to my own view, they should be caring at old people’s homes because many times family members do not have their chance, thereby making them sustain bedsore, contracting some infections which would be prevented.

Question 3. How can people in the neighbourhood help the elderly during an epidemic?

Answer:- They can help in many ways like cooking for them, bathing them and clearing vectors for them. Because they are porous of many opportunities for infection due to low immunity, the ageing process and poor personal hygiene.

Question 4. Do you see this kind of help occurring in your neighbourhood?

Answer:- Yes, we do it regularly, especially geriatrics without children, so they can feel I belong and to avoid regrets of childlessness. And also achieve for peaceful death at last.

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