Family Conversation Questions

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Family  Conversation Questions

  • Are friends more important than family? What do you think?
  • Are chores assigned to children in your family?
  • Are you married?
  • Are you pressured by your family to act in a certain way?
  • Are you the oldest among your brothers and sisters?
  • Are your parents strict?
  • Did you ever meet any of your great grandparents?
  • Do you get along well with your family?
    • Do you get along well with your brothers and sisters?
    • Do you get along well with your in-laws?
  • Do you have any brothers or sisters? If so, how old are they?
  • Do you have any children? If yes, what are their names and ages?
  • Do you have to clean your own room?
    • Does your mother make you clean your room?
  • Do you like your family? Why or why not?
  • Do you live with any of your grandparents?
  • Do you live with your parents?
  • Do you look more like your mother or your father?
  • Do you often argue with your mother or father? What about?
  • Do you often visit your grandparents?
  • Do you think people should adopt children from other countries?
  • Do you usually have any influence on family matters?
  • Do your parents let you stay out late?
    • What time do you have to be home?
    • Do you have a curfew?
  • How did you get your name?
    • For whom are you named?
    • Who are you named after?
  • How big is your family?
  • How many (first) cousins do you have?
  • How many aunts and uncles do you have?
  • How many brothers and sisters do you have?
  • How many children do you have?
  • How many members do you have in your family altogether?
  • How many people are in your (immediate) family?
  • How many people are in your family?
  • How often do you see your cousins?
  • How often do you see your grandparents?
  • How often is your entire family together?
  • How old are your brothers and sisters?
  • How old are your children?
  • How old are your grandparents?
  • How old are your parents?
  • Is spanking a good way to discipline children?
  • Should people follow the religion of their parents, or should they have the liberty to choose another?
  • What are some of your fondest memories of childhood?
  • What are your parents like?
  • What do you and your family like to do together?
  • What do you think of married couples who decide not to have any child?
  • What do your mother and father look like? How about your grandparents?
  • What do your parents do in their free time?
  • What are the occupations of your family members?
    • What does your father do? What’s his job?
    • What does your mother do?
  • What is the best memory you have of your family doing something together?
  • What kind of things do you do with your family?
  • What will you teach your children? (what values, beliefs, hobbies, skills, etc.)
  • What would you change about your childhood?
  • Where do your grandparents live?
  • Where does your father’s father live?
  • Where does your mother’s mother live?
  • Who do you get along better with, your mother or your father?
  • Who is the black sheep (odd ball) in your family?
  • Would you get involved in your in-laws’ family problems?
  • Would you live with your parents after you get married?
  • Should children help with the housework?
    • How much or how often should they help?
    • What kinds of housework is not appropriate for children to do?
  • Do you live in a nuclear family or an extended family?
    • What are the advantages and disadvantages of these types of family?
  • What impact has divorce and/or modern day living had on the family?
  • Is the nanny and/or the day-care centre the third parent?
  • Where is the best place to raise a family?
    • Where do you think the best place to raise a family is? Why?
  • What can make you happy in the long term/ short term? Consider the following: job satisfaction, a loving family, good health, plenty of money, strong religious believes, …
  • Do you think your parents understand you? Why or why not?
  • Who does the household work, your father or your mother or both of them?
  • Have you ever seen your mother (or father) cry? When was that and why?
  • What do you think of your mother and your father?
  • Which do you think is more important: following the dreams your parents want for you or following your own dreams?
  • What’s the hardest thing you ever had to do?
  • What was the most important thing your parents taught you?
  • What’s the best thing about your mom?
  • If you could have a different number of siblings, what would it be?
  • Who should take care of old people?
  • What is the perfect number of children to have?
  • What’s the best thing about your grandparents?
  • Should parents give their children an allowance?
  • How often does your family eat dinner together?
  • How should parents discipline their children?
  • After you’re married, should your parents make decisions for you?
  • What’s the best thing about your dad?
  • Who is the breadwinner in your family?
  • How is nudity regarded in your family?
  • Describe the perfect family.
  • Do your parents get along with each other?
  • Do your parents trust you?
  • If you were offered an excellent job opportunity abroad, would you consider leaving your family for an indefinite period of time?

Describe a typical family unit and the importance of family in your country.



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