1. Have you had anything to share with others recently?
Yes. I was actually quite nervous about my upcoming finals. Therefore, I went to see my sister to tell her my concerns and she gave me a pep talk.
2. Did your parents teach you to share when you were a child?
They did encourage me and my siblings to speak our minds if we needed to. My parents told me that sharing can lift people’s spirits and get rid of negative energy.
3. What kind of things do you like to share with others?
I usually talk with my friends about how I spend my day. Sometimes I even share food with my colleagues because I often buy snacks for the workplace.
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4. What kind of things are not suitable for sharing?
Personally, I think people should keep personal information to themselves in case anyone takes advantage of that information and intentionally does harmful things.
– Pep talk (noun)
Example: The coach came and gave a pep talk to his team.
– Speak one’s mind
Example: Everyone feels free to speak their mind in this section.
– Lift one’s spirit
Example: My advice really lifted his spirits.
– Get rid of
Example: You should get rid of these clothes since they are old-fashioned.
– Keep something to oneself
Example: Keep your information to yourself! Don’t tell anyone about this
– Take advantage of
Example: You should take advantage of your time to travel more.