By John Reynolds
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Both my parents worked, so in that sense, I didn’t go through a period where my mother didn’t work and that kind of 1950s, 1960s sort of thing. I’d have to say that parents are a whole lot busier today than my parents. I mean, when work ended, work ended. And today, with e-mail and, uh, electronic communication, work doesn’t really have the kind of boundaries. The Family 4. CHANGING FAMILIES 5. SIBLINGS So, I’m one of six. Um, in my family, it-it’s three girls and then three boys. And I’m the middle girl.
44 QUESTIONS AND EXERCISES 2. Whose home is most similar to yours and why? 3. Describe the house that you grew up in. 4. Which is your favorite room in the house where you live now and why? The Home 1. Which of these speakers has the most unusual home and why? 5. How do homes in the United States diﬀer from homes where you grew up and why? 6. Identify three words or phrases in this chapter that are new to you, and write a sentence with each one. 45 This page intentionally left blank CHAPTER 4 THE ROLE OF WOMEN In this chapter, interviewees talk about the sometimes-changing role of women in the United States and in their countries of origin.
But . . INTERVIEWER: Did you get to see him perform? WOMAN: Yes, I did, and that was the most fun thing of all. Um, it’s-it’s a real unusual experience when one, you have a certain image of your parents, you see them around the house all the time, and then suddenly to see one’s father or mother appearing on the Broadway stage or in a theater, uh, in costume and saying very diﬀerent sorts of lines and speeches, uh, is-is really an amazing experience. And I was very, very proud of him for everything that he did.
Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language by John Reynolds