Describe a Family Member that Did Something that Made You Feel Proud

Describe a family member that did something that made you feel proud; You should say

  • When did it happen?
  • Who is this person?
  • What did the person do?
  • And explain why you felt proud of him/her.

Sample 1

My today’s topic of discussion is to describe a family member who makes made me feel proud. Here I would like to talk about my son, who is studying in class 5th and is ten years old. He makes me feel proud because it is the time of April 2021. when his Olympiad result along with his fifth class results was declared and in both of the exams, he did pretty well stands he stands the first position in his class 5 and four Olympiad result he declared as a second winner throughout the throughout international he secured setting for a position in international mathematics Olympiad and it was really surprising for me because it is the same time when he was studying for the lumpy add as well As for his regular exams. I was never expecting he will do that well it is beyond my expectations, so the uh, the way he prepared himself for the class exams and for the IMO was commendable because during that time we were also busy in the office because it was a yeah financial year and so we were busy in our office stuff, so I don’t have time to spend with him to take his queries, but he did he studied everything by his own he took his mother help, but she is also working with her also not able to contribute much with her with his studies, and he took all the responsibility he has all the basic facilities at home like he can take the prints so he knows how to operate he was taking the printouts and he was studying and was practising by his own.

Sample 2

Families always feel proud of their members when one of them does something worthwhile in life, and it could be winning a prize or getting good grades. On this occasion, I would like to tell you about my brother. He was the winner in several Judo competitions, both regional and province, in 2017 and 2018, respectively. In terms of his personality, he is an extremely compassionate, kind-hearted and attentive person who always takes care of his family. Although sometimes he drives me crazy because he’s such a silly person, I still hold a lot of pride and respect for him. He was just 15 years old at that time, but the way he performed the Judo technique, it seemed like he was around 18 years old. Before taking part in the competition, he was nervous, but when I had a pep talk with him, he got his spirit back and gave his best performance. Despite being short of practice, he performed well in the presence of judges & famous athletes. The reason that I am so proud of him is that he is such a strong-willed person—his hard work coupled with dogged determination at such a tender age. Now, the Judo team in his high school is trained by him, and he gets big bucks from his acquired skill. Taking inspiration from him, now I have started following a few competitions in my field.

Follow-ups of Describe a Family Member that Did Something that Made You Feel Proud

Question 1. When would parents feel proud of their children?

Answer 1:- Obviously, when they are doing some extraordinary things, parents feel proud if I take an example of being getting some position in a competition or in school, so they always feel proud of their sons or when they’re behaving or having good manners. it those instances make them very happy.

Answer 2:- Most of the time, it could be when their children get a good score in school, or maybe when they get an achievement, trophy, or something else.

Question 2. Should parents reward children? Why and how?

Answer 1:- Yes, parents should reward children for the efforts they are putting during for the efforts they are doing either it could be an educational or a or in sports side they should be rewarded in terms of prices or doing something they are they are liking like they’re taking them to their some museums or taking them to outside or getting something cooked of the favourite of his own favourite choices, so it helps them to encourage with this they will get a boost, and it also encourages them to do a better incoming event or for coming in other areas as well.

Answer 2:- Yea, sure. This is very necessary because this is also related to the human behaviour theory that shows reward can improve their confidence level to do something better.

Question 3. Is it good to reward children too often? Why?

Answer 1:- Yes, this could be an encouraging side for them in case they know that if they will do well or behave well, they will be rewarded, so it’s like a self-encouragement for them for themselves they will do good in their exams or in the sports they like so it will boost their confidence.

Answer 2:- Well, giving rewards to children is good, but don’t give it too much, because it can make them really depend on it.

Question 4. On what occasions would adults be proud of themselves?

Answer 1:- Adults feel proud when they did when they do something good in front of the elders or the children, like take an example, when they are taking the lead as an example when they’re setting an example for themselves or whatever they had learned from the elders, and they work in the same manner like respecting elders or helping others either to financially or through guidance which contributes to someone so those moments would be a very happy for them and for their parents where they can feel proud on them.

Answer 2:- There are several things that could make mature people feel satisfied and proud of themselves. For instance, when they can reach their goals or get awards from their workplace.

Question 5. What can children do to make their parents proud?

Answer 1:- Children can make their parents proud by behaving in a good manner, respecting elders helping others doing good in education, and doing good in sports. With all these things, they can make their parents and grandparents happy or can make them proud.

Answer 2:- A lot of things, let’s say when they become an avid learner, get some achievements in school, their parents will be happy and proud at the same time.

Question 6. What did you do to make your parents proud when you were young?

Answer 1:- I remember an incident up in my close friend got hurt during the board exams, and he was unable to walk in themselves, so I helped him to take him to the examinations with me and to help all in other things because we all know the criticality of the board exam, so I helped him a lot so with this I’m not making proud for my just for my parents but their parents also proud on me like how helpful I was during his critical time.

Answer 2:- Hmm, I could say that I am an avid learner, so when I was a child, I followed several competitions and won them. Then, my parents were proud of me.

Question 7. What characteristics of yours make you proud?

Answer 1:- And the characteristics which make me feel proud are politeness, being helpful, working hard uh, and leading by example; these examples make me different from others because I am available to everyone whenever they need help in my office, especially in the office at home. I would say those who are very close to me can definitely reach me.

Answer 2:- Responsibilities and discipline are the characteristics that humans must have. I learned it from my supervisor when I did my final project. This is a good thing to have for a better work environment.

Question 8. When was the last time that you felt proud of yourself?

Answer 1:- The last time I felt proud, I remember I got a mail from my HR team like they needed blood be positive they needed urgent blood for someone for one of my colleagues, a friend a cousin was not well, so they needed blood for getting the play a platelet so luckily I was near to that place and I got a call from HR because they all they are they having my blood details with them they know that I can be eligible for that because they have all the track of our previous blood donation so they called me and I gave my blood, so my friends’ cousins and I helped him to save him from the platelets because it was dropping so badly.

Answer 2:- This is an interesting question; well, actually, I am proud of myself almost every time. But the best part was when I got my scholarship for the leadership program two years ago.

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