Describe someone you really like to spend time with.
You should say:
- who this person is
- what you usually do together
- how often you spend time with this person
and explain why you like to spend time with this person.
[Instruction: You will have to talk about the topic for one to two minutes. You have one minute to think about what you are going to say. You can make some notes to help you if you wish.]
We all have our favorite persons who we like to spend our time with, regardless of our age, gender, or type of relations. As far as I am concerned, I like to spend my time with my mother – the soft-hearted and caring lady who carried me for almost ten months in her womb, and who has raised me for almost 21 years to help me become a real lady, by enduring all kinds of physical and mental agony.
So, once again, it is my loving mother with whom I like to spend as much time as possible, despite the fact she can’t always make herself available for me since she remains fairly busy with her house works. But, when she does have little time to spare for me, we do things together, like watching funny TV shows or baking new kinds of cakes with our recipes. Sometimes, we also go to a super shop together, which is one of my favorite things to do during the weekends: buy some fresh fruits and vegetables. Last, we also like to read health and beauty-related articles in different newspapers and magazines whenever possible.
By the way, we get to do these things mainly during the weekends and other holidays because I don’t have to worry about going to school or study-related tasks. And talking about my studies, she is so passionate about my education that she sits with me sometimes to see what I study!
Now, if you ask me why I really like to spend my time with my dear mother, the answer is, she makes me feel very well-protected and well-appreciated, even when I tend to make mistakes. I like to spend my time with her because she teaches me many things about the “realities” of life as if she has the answer for everything, no matter how tough the life or situation gets.