March 6-10

Who ran to help me when I fell,
And would some pretty story tell,
Or kiss the place to make it well?
My Mother.

 Mother is considered the guardian angel of the family. And, of course, it is the mother who plays an important role in the life of every person.

Mother’s Day, also sometimes called ‘Mothering Sunday’, in the United Kingdom. For many mothers and their children it is a very special day and one day of the year when we all remember to thank our mums for looking after us and we celebrate their lives.

Most countries in the world celebrate Mother’s Day around the middle of May but in the UK we normally celebrate it in March – officially it is celebrated the Sunday three weeks before Easter.

In many families it is traditional to give a present to our mother on Mother’s Day. Very often children give their mothers a bouquet of flowers or a small box of chocolates. Young children are encouraged to make something – a small craftwork or painting – to give as a present. With older children and adults, it can be nice to take your mother out for lunch, or to have a day out together. This is good not just because you are thanking her but because you are showing your thanks by spending time with your mother.

Whatever its origins and however we celebrate this day, what is most important is that we do celebrate it. So many of us spend a lot of time fighting with our mothers – and other members of our families – but it is very rare that we pause and tell them how much we appreciate and love them.

We should celebrate and be thankful to our mothers every day of the year but, unfortunately, we often forget in our busy and fast-paced lives. This is one day of the year when we must not. This is one day of the year when we must all say to our mothers, ‘Thank you for everything.’

1)What images spring to mind when you hear the word ‘mother’?
To my mind springs very kind and cozy images
(2)Can you describe your mother in one word? Why that word?
Understanding, ‘couse she can understand me every time when I want to talk with her
(3)Should mothers stay at home and look after the kids?
Probably yes, because they’re their kids, and they must to love and pay attention to their kids
(4)Do you always buy your mother a present on Mother’s Day?
Not always, but very often
(5)What do you think is the hardest thing about being a mother?
It’s a great responsibility
(6)In what ways do you take after your mother?
We both have similar and almost same likes and affairs
(7)What is your mother’s biggest wish?
To I become a good person
(8)Is your mother more like a mother or a best friend?
(9)What do/did your mother and you argue about?
Those’re discussions about different things
(10)What do you think of Mother’s Day? Is it necessary?
I think that we cannot get by a mother’s day, it is necessary

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