Use one of the expressions to respond to each of the statements.
Rearrange the sentences to make a complete conversation. The first one has been marked for you.
: A. Your grandmother taught me. Cooking used to be one of the criteria for being a good wife.
: B. I'm happy that life has changed.
: C. Why so many ‘shoulds’, mum? Didn't a wife have any rights in the family?
(1): D. Mum, how can you cook these traditional dishes?
: E. There are many. You should know how to sew and how to embroider. You should take care of every member in your husband's family. You should be obedient and submissive. When you talk, you should...
: F. What are some of the other criteria?
: G. Very few, dear. When you were married to a man, you had to obey the man as well as his family. You didn't have a voice in the decision-making.
: H. I am too.