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参考答案：Describe a happy time in your childhood/an important memory in childhood
1. Why do sometimes people forget things they don't want to do?
I guess this happens because our brain subconsciously erases everything that is likely to bring negative emotions and experiences making room for more positive feelings which accompany actions and events people look forward to. Or there can be even a simpler explanation for this... people just block information about what they don't want to do and, as a result, at some point naturally forget it.
2. Which do you think is more important to remember about, a business meeting or a meeting with a friend?
I am more than sure that it's really essential not to forget about a business meeting because not turning up will communicate a plethora of negatives to your partners showing you as an unreliable and untrustworthy person and assuring them that they can't count on you. Of course, it's better not to forget about a meeting with a friend either but still if it happens, it won't be that embarrassing and unprofessional. What is more, a friend will anyway forgive you and this won't change their attitude you, which is not the case with your partners or boss.
3. Why do people want to remember their family history?
Well, I guess, first of all, to preserve it in order to leave it for future family to enjoy. I also think people strive to remember family history because it solidifies a sense of family in general and helps them understand their current family dynamics. And the last reason I can think of is the fact that knowing and remembering their heritage and where they come from helps people have perspective and purpose, which in its turn adds meaning to their lives.
4. What can you do to know more about your family history?
Well, the first step we can take is ask each relative about specific individuals and gather details surrounding their lives. Then. we can examine our homes for vital records, old photos. diaries and letters. They can contain important facts which will help us uncover our family secrets. Some more things we can do are explore newspaper archives and records relating to our families, search databases of names on the web or even try websites specifically about our ethnic heritage. If we don't want to spend a lot of time on searching, we can hire an experienced genealogical researcher to get the lowdown on our ancestors.