What images spring to mind when you hear the word ‘father’?   Leave a comment

English: Mrs Carol Conover, a NASIC employee, ...

English: Mrs Carol Conover, a NASIC employee, donated this flag to the NASIC history office years ago. It belonged to her father-in-law who brought it home from the Pacific after WWII. It is now back in the hands of the original owner’s (Eihachi Yamaguchi) family. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

 

1) What images spring to mind when you hear the word ‘father’?
2) Can you describe your father in one word? Why that word?
3) Did your father spend a lot of time with you when you were a child?
4) Do you always buy your father a present on Father’s Day?
5) What are the differences between a father and a father-in-law?
6) In what ways do you take after your father?
7) What is your father’s biggest fault?
8) Is your father more like a father or a best friend?
9) What do/did your father and you argue about?
10) What do you think of Father’s Day? Is it necessary?

 

 

 

 

1) What are the biggest differences between fathers and grandfathers?
2) Why and how did your mother fall in love with your father?
3) Are you happy with the way your father raised you?
4) Should father stay at home and look after the kids?
5) What’s the best piece of advice your father has given you?
6) Do you think father are the same all around the world?
7) Do you think being a father is more difficult than being a mother?
8) What do you think is the hardest thing about being a father?
9) What’s the biggest lie you’ve ever told your father?
10) What are the biggest roles of fathers?

 

Posted September 28, 2012 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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