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  • maybe clean living expenses.

  • What do you want?

  • I She didn't move.

  • And I would like to talk about a topic that's very dear to me, which is my family.

  • My family is pretty different from a Korean family.

  • Why?

  • Because first of all, we are eight.

  • That's right.

  • Eight kids.

  • We are two boys and six girls.

  • Big family.

  • I have.

  • Um Well, what's pretty special about this family will tell you is we have two sets of twins.

  • What does that mean?

  • That means I have two elder sisters who are twins and two younger sisters.

  • Richard, Twins, twins, twins.

  • Two sets of twins.

  • And I'm the fourth born.

  • So I'm kind of in the middle.

  • You can say, um, how else is my family different?

  • Uh, in my family, everyone does chores like it doesn't matter how old you are.

  • You do chores.

  • So from 24 toe 27 to our seven year old brother.

  • Yep.

  • We all do.

  • Choice.

  • He started doing chose when he was just five years old.

  • Yeah, because we believe that everyone is equal.

  • So no one should be over.

  • Pamper that no one is the favorite.

  • No.

  • Everyone is loved especially in the same.

  • My elder brother, he's working.

  • He lives in Switzerland, My two older sisters.

  • They're graduated.

  • They're doing the youth service.

  • Youth services kind of different in Korea.

  • You maybe the boys go to Sunday.

  • They go to the army.

  • But in Nigeria, when you finish, you have to serve the government for like, two years or one year.

  • That's youth service.

  • And me.

  • I'm here in university and the rest of my siblings are in high school and elementary school.

  • Mhm.

  • It's a really big family, so we're never bored.

  • We get crazy, Lots of noise.

  • You could never watch her perfect movie without someone shouting or screaming or fighting, but it makes life fun.

  • It's it's really amusing.

  • I would say Everyone is different and saying or I look at my younger sister and I see myself.

  • I was once like that.

  • So yeah, big family.

  • Everyone is doing quite well.

  • And yeah, I love my family.

  • Thank you.

maybe clean living expenses.

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Chidinma's Family in Nigeria

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/09/16
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