Describe something that you have shared with others (or another person).
You should say:
What did you share?
When did you share it?
Who did you share it with?
And explain why you shared it or how you felt when you shared it.
- Well, I think knowingly or unknowingly I share so many things with others on a daily basis.
- Because I believe sharing is a small kind gesture which shows our love and care to others and strengthens our bond.
- Here, I would like to mention a time when I shared my laptop with my roommate.
- This happened when I was working and staying as a tenant in Chandigarh and my roommate was a student there.
- One day, suddenly, my roommate’s laptop stopped working due to new software installation.
- Perhaps, her laptop did not support that software.
- And she had no time to get that problem fixed from a technician since she had to compile and submit data the next day to her instructor.
- So asked me if she can use my laptop for data compilation as I already had that software on my PC.
- Since I did not have anything important to do on my laptop that day, I shared my laptop with her.
- I also tend to share my wifi with her from day one since we became roommates.
- She used my laptop all night and in the morning, she emailed the whole data to herself and returned my laptop back.
- She also emailed me a big thanks note for sharing a laptop and wifi with her and mentioned that she is so overwhelmed to have me as her roommate.
- Although, for me, it was not a big deal to share my laptop with her for one night, but it was a huge help for her in the hour of need.
- I really feel good for her that she was able to complete her assignment timely with my little help.
- Do people in your country (or, you) prefer to share public transport or do they (you) prefer to use private transport?
Well, in my country, people prefer both public transport as well as private transport according to their requirement and affordability. Usually, low-income people prefer to use public transport and rich people prefer private transport.
- Do many people in your country share their home with others or do they mostly live alone?
In my country, people mostly live alone but there are also some people who like to live in joint families. But yes, they do not share their home with non-family people.
- Do you think there are any advantages to sharing your home with other (non-family) people?
According to me, there is only one advantage of sharing your home with others if you are staying in a rental house, your rent gets divided with others and shares your burden of paying rent.
- Would you ever share your food with someone else?
Of course, I would love to share my food with someone else. In fact, I always share my lunch box with others at my workplace and it has now become my habit to share food with my colleagues.
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