Real English Conversation - 14 : Childhood memory

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Alex: You know, my grandfather taught me how to swim when I was just a little boy.

Andrea: That's amazing. What was he like?

Alex: He was the kindest man I've ever known. He was patient and always put others first.

Andrea: That's really special. Did you have a close relationship with him?

Alex: Yes, I loved him so much. He was always there for me when I needed him.

Andrea: Did he teach you anything else besides swimming?

Alex: Yeah, he also taught me how to play football. He was a great coach.

Andrea: It sounds like he was a big influence on your life.

Alex: Definitely. He taught me so much about the importance of family and hard work.

Andrea: I'm sure he would be proud of the person you've become.

Alex: I hope so. He was always my biggest supporter.

Andrea: I can tell how much you loved him.

Alex: Yeah, he was like a second father to me.

Andrea: Do you have any favorite memories with him?

Alex: I remember when he took me fishing for the first time. It was such a special day.

Andrea: That sounds like a great memory. What was your grandfather's favorite hobby?

Alex: He loved to read and was really into history. He taught me a lot about our family's heritage.

Andrea: It sounds like he was a very knowledgeable man.

Alex: Yeah, he was always teaching me something new.

Andrea: You were very lucky to have him in your life.

Question 1:

What did Alex's grandfather teach him how to do?

Question 2:

What was the most important lesson that Alex's grandfather taught him?

Question 3:

What was Alex's grandfather's favorite hobby?

Question 4:

What did Alex's grandfather teach him about their family's heritage?

Question 5:

What did Alex and his grandfather bond over the most?

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